Comprised of 40% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Sangiovese, there’s a plush drinkability to the wine that we also see in wines like Le Macchiole Rosso and Volpolo from Sapaio. You’re going to fall hard for the wine’s knockout nose of red roses, drippy summer black plums, crushed fresh lavender, and wild strawberries. So soft, supple, and gulpable—stockpile this one to drink with our 6 pack offer!
Ornellaia. Sassicaia. Guado al Tasso. You’re likely already familiar with these titans of the Tuscan Coast that rival the great wines of Bordeaux and the Napa Valley, with plush personalities and mystically inviting aromatics. To this elite list you should add the wines of Monteverro. Monteverro is a 50 hectare farm in Capalbio, about 2 hours south of Bolgheri on the Tuscan coast. The estate was created by a young German entrepreneur named Georg Weber. Weber wasted no time developing this beautiful site into a world class vineyard, hiring Michel Rolland as a consultant, along with our friend Jean Hoefliger, who can do no wrong. At least when it comes to wine. “Monteverro is one of the most exciting young properties I have come across in a while.” – Antonio Galloni If you love great Cabernet with a soft, sweet fruit profile, these wines are for you.