SAN JACOPO CHIANTI CLASSICO D.O.C.G.
The use of only historic grape varieties and maturation in large oak barrels, ensures that all the characteristics of a youthful, robust Sangiovese are free to develop.
Deep ruby red with purple reflexes. Hints of ripe cherry lead onto chrisp berry flavors, velvety tannins carry onto a long satisfying finish on the palate.
PRODUCTION AREA: Chianti Classico
SAN JACOPO TOSCANA ROSE I.G.T.
Light pink with salmon reflexes. Excellent vivacity and brightness. On the nose hints of fragrant and fresh fruits of cherries and strawberries. Flavors are long lasting and extremely balanced. Needs to be savored, chilled but not iced in order to retain its bouquet and complexity finish.
PRODUCTION AREA: Toscana
RIPA DELLE MANDORLE
Intense, bright ruby red with purple reflexes. Emphatic aromas, pleasing ripe red berries and cherries on the palate, leading to good structure with firm, smooth, velvety tannins. The finish is long lasting and satisfying with undertones of vanilla and coffee bean. A versatile wine, enjoy with meats, cheese, and pasta.
PRODUCTION AREA: Toscana
ALCOHOL: 13% Vol.
ROSSO PESCE VINO ROSSO ITALIANO
John Matta (Italian Wine Maker of the Year IWSC 1997,2002, 2005 & 2010) who loves red wine decided to develop a specific style from his Tuscan Castello Vicchiomaggio estate. Work on the wine started at the end of 2002 and the definitive blend was decided upon in December 2004 using Sangiovese with 30% Canaiolo. Sangiovese, Tuscany’s powerful red grape, with the addition of Canaiolo is fruiter and easier to drink but still retains power and substance, ideal with fish, but also enjoyable with cold meats and pasta.
VILLA VALLEMAGGIORE CAMPOSTELLA MAREMMA TOSCANA I.G.T.
Situated on the Maremma coast, just seven kilometers from Grosseto and six from the sea. Villa Vallemaggiore estate is a new venture for John Matta and his family who also own the renowned Chianti Classico estate Castello Vicchiomaggio. We asked John Matta “Why this new venture, surely Vicchiomaggio was enough?” His reply: This area was chosen because it has a climate and soil type, totally different from Vicchiomaggio. We are by the sea and there are light breezes all year. The winters are very mild, spring is much earlier than at Greve. The soil is sand and clay with virtually no stone at all. It represents a very interesting challenge. Here we can produce very different wines than those coming from the hills of Greve in Chianti. A very long growing season is ideal for a Sangiovese based wine, we can look forward to rich and intense flavors that maintain and express all their Tuscan heritage and origin.
CAMPOSTELLA 85% Sangiovese and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. A youthful, fruit driven wine.