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Castello di Fonterutoli Badiola 750ML 2013
Sku: 02199
Badiola takes its name from the “Badia̶1; or ancient Romanesque church erected in the medieval times which is located on the property. The image of the Badia can be found on the labe ...more
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Country: Italy
Region: Tuscany
Sub-Region: Toscano
Grape Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot,Sangiovese
Type: Still wine
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Color - Deep, inky purple Bouquet - Intense aromas of dark fruits and cocoa Taste - Soft and smooth on the palate, with flavors of wild blackberries and raspberries; well balanced, with great depth and a long finish
Vinous 88 points - The 2013 Poggio Badiola is a delicious, entry-level offering. Crushed flowers, sweet red cherries and spices are all nicely delineated in a perfumed, mid-weight red ideal for casual drinking. This is a terrific choice for readers looking for an everyday wine to buy by the case or for restaurants looking for a tasty by the glass pour. Served slightly chilled, it is also a great alternative to Rose.  (Sep 2015)

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Badiola takes its name from the “Badia̶1; or ancient Romanesque church erected in the medieval times which is located on the property. The image of the Badia can be found on the label.
Wine maker notes
Grapes are hand harvested in September and are fermented for 7-14 days at 75-84F in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks. The post- fermentation maceration period is 0-10 days at 68-75F.

Technical notes
70% Sangiovese, 20% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon