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Poggio Al Tufo


Tuscany, Italy

Poggio al Tufo is a symbol of our pioneer spirit and our first foray outside of the family's historic vineyards.

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Poggio Al Tufo Rompicollo Rosso


A deep, bright ruby red in colour, on the nose it offers an elegant, varied bouquet of ripe berry fruits (such as blackberries and raspberries), dried aromatic herbs and delicate sweet spices. On the palate it is full-bodied, mellow and mouth-filling, with velvety tannins. Though richly flavoured, it displays an attractive suppleness in the mouth.

Tuscany, Italy

43.7711° N, 11.2486° E

Tuscany is a transitional region occupying much of the former grand duchy of that name near the base of the Italian peninsula. The characteristic landscape is a blend of gently rolling hills leading on to sharply peaked mountains that pose a formidable barrier between Tuscany and regions to the south. It is bordered in the north and northeast by the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Apuan Alps, these being separated by a series of long valleys from the sub-Apennine hills of Mount Albano, Mount Pratomagno, and others. South of Siena the surface rises to less fertile mountains and plateaus, such as the Metallifere Mountains, Mount Amiata, and Mount Argentario on the coast. The lowlands of Tuscany are either interior valleys, such as that of the Arno River, or coastal plains, such as the Maremma. Area 8,877 square miles (22,992 square km). Pop. (2012 est.) 3,692,828.- Britannica

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Today the winemaking takes place at a small facility at Tenute Albore until the Poggio al Tufo winery is complete.

Excavation has begun for the new facility that will house cutting-edge, environmentally friendly and eco-sustainable technologies. It will be primarily underground and built on different levels to adapt to the slopes of the land, thus fitting perfectly into the environmental framework of the Maremma countryside.


In the Rompicollo vineyards, we began the first detailed pedoclimatic research which would set the standard for the rest of our vineyards around Italy. We zoned and replanted vineyards with more suitable clones of native and international varieties included in the production rules for Maremma IGT wines.

Our award-winning Rompicollo is a Sangiovese - Cabernet Sauvignon blend. The position of these prime vineyards allows for later harvesting and full-ripening The remaining hectares are planted with the autochthonous Vermentino and Alicante.


Poggio al Tufo is a symbol of our pioneer spirit and our first foray outside of the family's historic vineyards.

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