This organic and biodynamic farm in the rolling hills of Tuscany doesn’t just grow delicious Sangiovese, they also grow olives, fruits, and vegetables alongside the vines. This high-toned wine is the perfect pairing for a spaghetti and meatball dinner.
Since the mid 90s, Mark Walpole has experimented with different grape varieties and styles. His ties to Italy have led to a particular fondness for Sangiovese. It’s compatibility with the Australian terroir allows for a refined wine showing lush fruit, subtle savoriness and good grip.
Danilo Marcucci’s inaugural bottling of his take on Nouveau is one of the most joyful natural reds we’ve come across in some time. ‘Nuovo’ takes the Beaujolais Nouveau approach with Sangiovese, Cilegiolo, & Aleatico from Umbria's heartland. This is as fresh and youthful a red as you will yet come across, with freshness, zip, and vivacity to spare.