Made in the Tuscan hills between Siena and Arezzo, south of Florence, Palma's Camargi is the embodiment of Super Tuscan artisanal winemaking. Distinct deep ruby red in colour, the Camargi Super Tuscan has a complex bouquet ranging from vanilla and spices to ripe red fruits. This wine is complex on the palate and full-bodied with notes of fruit and spices and a long finish. Pair with game, grilled red meat, and mature hard cheese. To appreciate the full flavours and complexity of this Super Tuscan we recommend decanting at least an hour before drinking. Drink now to 2029.
Agricola Fabbriche Palma harvests their grapes in early October. Fermentation takes place over 18 days in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged in oak barrels for 12 months before spending 12 months refining in the bottle.
Agricola Fabbriche Palma, Tuscany
Agricola Fabbriche Palma is a small family run business that opened its doors approximately 50 years ago. Located on the hills of Valdichiana, the winery boasts 50 hectares of vineyards in the heart of Tuscany. The vineyards are set on gentle limestone hills facing south and southwest, ideal for capturing as much sunlight as possible to develop the grape to its full potential.
The Sangiovese grape is the most widely planted red grape variety, particularly in central Italy, with 71,500 hectares under vine. Sangiovese is often referred to as the Tuscan grape. Wines made purely with Sangiovese tend to be light-bodied, high in acidity, fairly tannic with cherry, plum, dried herbs, and peppery notes. Savgiovese's natural characteristics make it incredibly suitable for oak ageing.
Merlot is a renowned international grape thought to be of French origin. In France, it is used in Bordeaux blends along with Cabernet Sauvignon. Italian Merlot grapes are mostly grown in Northern Italy and are very popular in single varietal wines and blends. Merlot wines are low in tannins, smooth, easy to drink with notes of cherry and plums.
Colorino is a rare red wine grape variety only grown in Tuscany. Colorino wines are high in tannins and, as the name suggests, high in colour but do offer distinct flavours. Usually used in blends rather than in single varietal wines, Colorino is the ingredient of choice for most IGT Toscana and some chianti wines.
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