Bachiarro – Cabernet with a Tuscan character

Bachiarro derives from the union of the same vinification of Sangiovese destined to Purneia, to which is subsequently added a variable quantity, depending on the season, of Cabernet and Canaiolo, also vinified in purity. The mixture is typically performed after aging in wood, but some years have been the exception where the particularly low production of grapes has pushed to unite the wines already in the post-fermentation maceration phase (November-December).
Bachiarro is an intense wine, to which the Cabernet brings all the strength of this vine in its best Tuscan meanings.

The name Bachiarro (IGT Rosso di Toscana) derives from that of the house above the tinaia where the wine is made, in front of the cellar.

Vintages:

  • 2015: In refinement </ li>
  • 2011: Available </ li>
  • 2010: on sale only in our agriturismi </ li>
  • 2009: on sale only in our agriturismi </ li>
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