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The Guidalberto cuvée by Tenuta San Guido takes its name from Guildalberto della Gherardesca, an ancestor of Nicolo who lived in the 20th century. He was also ahead of his time when it came to agriculture in Bolgheri. Composed of 50% Merlot, this cuvée aims to highlight this grape variety on the exceptional terroir of the appellation.
Tenuta San Guido
Garde 10 ans
Cabernet sauvignon (50%), Merlot (50%)
Grande complexité, Généreux, Belle finesse, Pureté, Boisé très fin, Charnu, Puissant, Fruité, Bouche équilibrée
Guidalberto is a fruity and supple wine, which will appreciate itself more in its youth unlike Sassicaia, which is more in the custody. Notes of violet, black fruit but also of undergrowth, truffle or mushroom over the years are detected. Guidalberto is a cuvée that has been aged 15 months in barrels (20 % American oak) and then 3 months in bottles. This passage under wood is slightly found in the aromatic fabric of the wine but it remains very subtle and well integrated.
A great success with this innovative Tenuta San Guido cuvée by integrating Merlot on Italian soils!
This wine is served with
This Guidalberto cuvée from Tenuta San Guido will match very well with cheeses with a flowery crust like a delicious Brie de Meaux (truffed or not according to your preferences), Banon or Coulommiers. It is also ideal with duck confit or hare civet. Serve at 16 °C, after a prior aeration of about thirty minutes.
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Le Difese is the 3rd wine of the Super Toscan Tenuta San Guido. It reveals sumptuous aromas of black and red fruits as well as vanilla notes on the nose. In the mouth, roundness, flexibility and voluptuousness are required. His mouth touch is simply amazing, you won't be disappointed!
Since the release of its first vintage in 1968, Sassicaia fascinates and attracts lusts. It is now a must in Tuscany, born from the wedding of Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta and Clarice della Gherardesca. Tenuta San Guido is also famous for being the first Italian estate to obtain its own appellation, the DOC Bolgheri Sassicaia in 1983.