Villa Da Vinci is home to the largest vineyards in the countryside of Vinci, the town that was the birthplace of Leonardo. The property consists of the historic sixteenth-century residence "Villa Da Vinci" (formerly Villa of the Uguccioni family and Casale di Valle), a church dedicated to Saints Ippolito and Cassiano (embellished with a painting attributed to Antonio Mini, a pupil of Michelangelo) and over 100 hectares of land, of which 75 are planted with vines. The vineyards of Villa da Vinci have always been considered among the best in the territory of Vinci and Montalbano in terms of exposure, soil, and care of viticulture.
Sourced from the hills of Vinci in Cerreto Guidi, the fruit is crushed to tank and has brief but frequent pumping over. Fruity and spiced aromas of black pepper, cherry, fresh red berries. In the mouth it is fragrant and full-bodied, supported by soft tannins. It is balanced and intense, with excellent persistence. Alcohol: 13.0%; The 2018 was rated 97 Points by Luca Maroni; Annuario Dei Migliori Vini Italiani 2021 (Best Italian Wines Annual).
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