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Welcome to the world of Capricci, a special wine crafted from the Sangiovese grape variety, nurtured in the picturesque vineyards of Tuscany. Whether you're new to wine or have a budding interest, exploring Capricci can be an exciting journey. This guide will walk you through the tastes and flavors you can expect from this exceptional oak-aged single vineyard Sangiovese, helping you understand what makes it unique and enjoyable. The Essence of Sangiovese Before diving into Capricci, let's get to know Sangiovese, the star of this wine. Sangiovese is the most widely planted grape in Italy and is known for its versatility and ability to express the characteristics of the soil

Experience the heart of Maremma Tuscany with Capricci, our exclusive oak-aged Sangiovese, crafted with precision and passion. This limited batch IGT Toscana Rosso is a testament to the rich vinicultural heritage of Maremma Tuscany and the exceptional quality of Sangiovese. Why Capricci? Limited Batch: Exclusive and rare, perfect for discerning palates. Oak-Aged Excellence: Aged 6 months in French oak, adding depth and complexity. Sustainable Craftsmanship: Hand-harvested, low-yield vineyards ensuring top-tier quality. Investment Potential: A premium addition to any wine collection, promising great returns. Tasting Notes Color: Deep ruby red with garnet hues. Aroma: Red cherry, plum, raspberry, with hints of violet, leather, and tobacco. Palate: Full-bodied and velvety with flavors of ripe red

Wine enthusiasts and novices alike are invited to embark on a sensory journey through the enchanting world of Capricci, a masterpiece in the realm of Sangiovese-focused field blend wines. Crafted with passion and precision, Capricci embodies the essence of the Sangiovese grape, capturing the terroir of its origin and offering a rich tapestry of flavors that dance on the palate. In this exploration, we'll delve into the history of Capricci, the unique characteristics of Sangiovese, the artistry involved in crafting this field blend, and most importantly, the sheer delight of savoring every nuance in a glass of Capricci. The Artistry of Sangiovese, A Grape with Heritage At the heart of

Sangiovese is a red grape variety that is primarily grown in Italy, particularly in the regions of Tuscany and Umbria. It is a key component in many famous Italian wines, including: Capricci; Tenuta Le Mandorlaie's red wine, created from our 50+ year old single vineyard in Maremma Tuscany, near the sea our soils enhance our grapes to produce a fruity, full bodied and strong red that we age 12 months in the vat, 6 months in oak barrels and 3 months in the bottle. Chianti: Sangiovese is the primary grape variety used in the production of Chianti, a red wine from the Tuscany region of Italy. Chianti is known for

This is our first vendemmia (grape harvest) that will go towards creating our own wine. It has been an exciting time working to get everything ready for the day of harvest, getting the cassette (collection boxes) ordered, cleaned and placed in the rows ready to be filled with incredible grapes. On the day it was an early start, we kicked off at 6am and by 9am already had a good head start on thew day, we had some friends and neighbors over to help us and we worked hard in the sun. Luckily there was a cool breeze blowing and the event was nice, chatting to the person opposite you

Its late August and after a difficult year looking after the vines, mostly due to the changing weather conditions and lots of flip flopping with the weather, rain, then heat, then ice, then heat, then rain, it was just never settled weather. Infact even in July when the summer heat should have meant we could have a break from keeping the vines free from fungus we still had rain and heat, rain and heat. As only our second year with our vines it was a steep learning curve to keep the vines safe. Now, moving into the end of August it is great to see healthy grapes bunches on the

Creating a wine that tells our story It is certainly no secret, we enjoy our wines! Marthese and I have been enjoying wines together throughout Italy since we were married over 25 years ago. We find that wines go with memories of friends, of events, of locations, sunsets, restaurants or special moments in our lives that we celebrate. Our Wine journey In the time that we have been together, our wine journey we think, has been much like anyone else who started out tasting and drinking wine with little knowledge of the wine world and its complexities of choice, we started enjoying sparking wine and white wines and slowly understood the