The names of wine farms often displayed a passion Baracchi Riccardo Barakki to falconry. The name "Ardito", which translated from Italian means "bold, brave" indicates the character of the fearless hawk. But there is another explanation for the choice of wine is the name of the wine "Ardito" created from a very unexpected and bold Tuscan blend, consisting of commitments in equal parts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Hand-picked grapes are of excellent quality, long vinification extending partially in oak barrels and long aging wine, first in barrels of French oak (Nevers, Allier and Tronse) medium roast for 20 months and then in bottles for at least 9 months make wine "Ardito" absolutely gorgeous, thrilling, rich and complex. The complex, dense aroma of wine charms and causes trembling expected taste, which affects the stunning elegance. Enjoy the vintage 2010 can be between 2014 and 2030.
Baracchi Winery is located on a beautiful hillside to the east of Cortona, with stunning views of the Valdichiana Valley, in a typical Tuscan villa, which in the XVII century was the home of the famous poet Antonio Guadanoli. Today this house completely restored and converted into a tourist complex that demonstrates the true art of hospitality. It is surrounded by old olive groves and vineyards. The owner of the winery - Riccardo Barakki with his son Benedetto and oenologist, agronomist Stefano Kocholi continues the family tradition of growing grapes and making wine, which was launched in 1860. The company is rapidly developing. All the works in the vineyards are performed manually and with great care, so that each plant produces only a few high-quality grapes, which give maximum expression of varietal characteristics and grapes. The wines are aged exclusively in the economy French oak barrels and bottled ripen.