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Tommasi Vineyards

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Tuscany, Italy

The Tommasi family have been producing wine in the famed Valpolicella region for over 100 years. From humble beginnings the family are now one of the best known producers in the area and have over 200 hectares of Estate owned vineyards in the region. The wines are produced mainly from the local red varieties of Corvina , Rondinella and Corvinone. A respect for tradition sees large format Slovenian oak used foraging which helps showcase the elegance and balance that the Estate strives to convey in the wines including the flagship Amarone DOCG that is aged for 3 years before release and is considered one of the great wines of the region. Tommasi is synonymous with Amarone throughout Italy & the World & is one of the most respected family names in Italian wine.

Wine list

Tommasi Valpolocella DOC

2019

A deeply coloured yet attractively transparent ruby red; on the nose it is fragrant and fruity, with the typical scents of firm, juicy cherries and red fruits. It is fresh and well-balanced on the palate, which elegantly recalls the attractive fruity notes on the nose, offering a light, supple and persistent taste profile.

Tommasi Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOCG

2015

A deeply coloured yet attractively transparent ruby red; on the nose it is fragrant and fruity, with the typical scents of firm, juicy cherries and red fruits. It is fresh and well-balanced on the palate, which elegantly recalls the attractive fruity notes on the nose, offering a light, supple and persistent taste profile.

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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winemaker

Since the first small parcel of land in the Valpolicella Classica purchased by Giacomo Tommasi, our hard work and commitment to manage every aspect of the growth of the company directly defines us. This connection to the land, to the people and the markets, has honed our business insight, and strategic innovation, without ever losing touch with the respect and love harbored for the traditions and unique qualities that define this historic wine region.

vineyard

We see the land as a long term commitment, to cultivate with the utmost care and respect in a pact of trust between man and nature. We share a similar trust and transparency with all of our stakeholders. Trust keeps us humble; Trust makes us strive to be better people every day.

viticulture

The Tommasi family have been producing wine in the famed Valpolicella region for over 100 years. From humble beginnings the family are now one of the best known producers in the area and have over 200 hectares of Estate owned vineyards in the region. The wines are produced mainly from the local red varieties of Corvina , Rondinella and Corvinone. A respect for tradition sees large format Slovenian oak used foraging which helps showcase the elegance and balance that the Estate strives to convey in the wines including the flagship Amarone DOCG that is aged for 3 years before release and is considered one of the great wines of the region. Tommasi is synonymous with Amarone throughout Italy & the World & is one of the most respected family names in Italian wine.

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ABN: 69 167 820 304
LC: 5770324