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Marchesi Antinori - Tignanello Toscana IGT

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It was the first barrel-aged Sangiovese, the first modern red wine made from non-traditional grape varieties (including Cabernet), and one of the first Chianti red wines without the addition of white grape varieties. Tignanello is a milestone in wine history. The wine is made from a selection of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc grapes.

Here acidity plays with a velvety texture, which ensures real enjoyment. The scent of the ruby ​​red wine is reminiscent of strong and sweet smells such as coffee, plums and rosemary. Suggestions of chocolate are also possible. A strong red wine that is perfect with dishes such as cheese, meat or pasta.

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Contains sulfites

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Throughout its long history spanning 26 generations, the Antinori family has always managed the business directly, making innovative and often bold decisions, without ever losing sight of traditions and the region. For over six hundred years, the name of the Marchesi Antinori has stood for excellence in the art of winemaking and the best tradition of patronage.

The success story

The Antinori family has been dedicated to wine production for over six hundred years: since 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Florentine guild of winemakers and wine merchants. In 1506, on February 2nd to be precise, Niccolò di Tommaso Antinori, one of the most promising and influential men in Florence at the time, bought the Palazzo Antinori, then called Palazzo Boni, for the price of 4,000 Florentine gold guilders.