Three particular grape varieties were responsible for relaunching Tuscan wine back in the ‘70s: Merlot, Cabernet and Sangiovese. This is a well-proven blend that unites wine fans all over the world.
The vineyards are located 150 to 300 metres above sea level, and grow in skeletal soil (stones and rocks), clay and sand, mainly exposed to the south, with a slight marine influence that gives the grapes their minerality.
South, 150 to 300m above sea level
4,500 vines per hectare
We recommend classic pairings for this particular wine. Tasty, grilled red meat: pork ribs, leg of lamb or a simple beef burger all pair brilliantly with less mature bottles of Poggio del Concone.