List of products by brand Grillesino

Located in the municipality of Magliano in Toscana (GR), the Grillesino was born in 1999 from the desire of Giancarlo and Saverio Notari to produce a wine being able to manage every production phase. With vineyards mostly belonging to the Morellino di Scansano DOCG area, the company now reaches an extension of 42 hectares all planted with spurred cordon with a planting density of 6000 plants per hectare. From 2000 to 2002 the Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties were planted for a total of 18 ha, which at the Grillesino are expressed with great complexity and richness of aromas.

The planted clones were selected with the collaboration of the University of Agriculture of Florence and the Institut d'Oenologie de Bordeaux; collaboration which also led to the identification of the Cabernet-Margaux clone, used for our Ceccante.

In 2004 the extension and restructuring works of the winery were completed and in the same year 17 hectares were acquired for the production of Vermentino. The property is completed by two small vineyards planted with Pinot Blanc and Viognier.
The wines are vinified with modern technologies and undergo very light filtration treatments so that typicality is one of their major characteristics.

In 2004 the extension and restructuring works of the winery were completed and in the same year 17 hectares were acquired for the production of Vermentino. The property is completed by two small vineyards planted with Pinot Blanc and Viognier.
The wines are vinified with modern technologies and undergo very light filtration treatments so that typicality is one of their major characteristics.

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Nacchero Ciliegiolo Toscana IGT Grillesino

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Price €8.90

The origins of Ciliegiolo are still uncertain: while some argue that it was imported by pilgrims returning from the Sanctuary of Santiago de Compostela in Spain (hence the other name of "Ciliegiolo di Spagna") others believe it to be that "Ciliegiolo dolce ”Described by Soderini in the...

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