IGT Toscana Sangiovese - Badilante 2021 Podere 414


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Grape variety: Sangiovese

The second line was created in 2014 to respond to extreme climate change and stabilize the quality of the flagship Morellino di Scansano at a high level. Don't underestimate the grapes harvested earlier than Morellino. Good tannins and balanced acidity support the medium-bodied and fresh taste. The etiquette has a picture of a worker called Badilante who used a shovel to reclaim the swampy area around Grosseto while getting covered in mud.

A winery founded in 1998 in Morellino di Scansano by Simone Castelli, the son of Maurizio Castelli, one of Tuscany's most famous Enologo (consultant for Mastroianni and Grattamacco). From the beginning, the motto was “natural” and “the individuality of Sangiovese, that is, wine making that sharply reflects the characteristics of the region, just like Pinot Noir and Nebbiolo”. The altitude of the field is around 250m. Until 2014, we produced only one type of Morellino di Scansano, which was fermented in cement tanks and macerated in wooden barrels for about 3 weeks, but from this year we have made it more stringent and selected Tuscan Rosso "Badirante" as a second line. ” is also produced. It was a decision to maintain the quality of the flagship Morellino di Scansano in response to climate change since the 2010s. Also, the rosé named "Flower Power", which is a word of Allen Ginsberg, a poet who symbolizes the hippie culture of the 1960s, is also a hot topic. Each wine celebrates warmth and generosity, maintains grace and balance, and gently accepts the drinker.

Planting: 2000s Location: 250m above sea level, including east, south and west orientations Soil: Clay, conglomerate soil 15-20 days maceration in cement tanks Aged for 12 months in cement tanks and tonneaus (5hl)