Wine Argentiera, "Giorgio Bartholomaus", 2010
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Wine rich ruby color.
The wine has a silky and elegant taste with creamy tannins, hints of berries combined with balsamic notes and nuances of oak, which, along with mineral tones form a perfect balance and a long refreshing finish.
The aroma of the wine reveals spicy shades, tones of blackberry, roasted coffee beans, wet tobacco. At the end of the bouquet appear nuances of saffron.
Wine is recommended to bring to the aged cheeses, red stew, grilled meat, game, black bitter chocolate.
The estate Tenuta Argentieri, located on the coast of the Maremma in Tuscany, on the southern border of the small but prestigious Bolgheri DOC region belongs to an influential Florentine family Serristori, get it in the property of the family de 'Medici. His name is obliged estate silver mines located on its territory. The word "argentiera" comes from "argento", which means "silver." That silver mines and natural sources make this site an important agricultural area.
At present, the owners of estates - Marquis Piero Antinori and famous Florentine businessmen brothers Marcello and Corrado Fratini, pay special attention to this beautiful land with great potential. All the vineyards of the estate Tenuta Argentiera, a total area of 60 hectares, are qualified Bolgheri DOC. In the vineyards, located on a small plateau in the 2 km from the sea at an altitude of 150 to 200 meters above sea level, the vines are grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, are of the highest quality standard.