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Antinori Bramito del Cervo
Antinori Bramito del Cervo
Antinori Bramito del Cervo
All around situation wine to be used also as high quality wine. Very good price
Alcohol13 %
Size0.75 l.
Grape100% Chardonnay
TasteExcellent structure, minerally and stylish.
ColourStraw-yellow colour with golden hues
NoseFruity, distinctively varietal aromas with nice hints of vanilla and toast
AccompaniesVegetable flan, vegetable quiche, snails, fois gras, frogs and shellfish.
TemperatureServe at a temperature of 8°-10°
HarvestFirst half of August
Four stars year considered very good. July and August were hot but without extreme temperature peaks so the grapes ripened gradually and evenly. The lack of rain during the ripening period resulted in very healthy grapes which had ripened quite early and consequent decrease in quantity
The first vintage of Chardonnay Castello della Sala was made in 1994. The Castello della Sala estate was purchased in 1940 by the Antinori family and is about 18 Km from Orvieto. The Castle is an excellent place with its estate’s cooler than average microclimate is ideal for this wine of an high quality and affordable prices making this Chardonnay one to have.

TCD Score: 87/100
A score of 87 for a wine to be tasted in both special situations and daily meals. Very pleseant and ductile

Antinori Bramito del Cervo 2007
The Antinori brand is one of Italy's most famous brands internationally. Famous for world class wines including the very famous "Tignanello" the very first "Super Tuscan" and some would argue; still the best. Today, Antinori owns 1,400 hectares of land operating in 10 estates spread throughout Tuscany and into Umbria. Antinori produces wonderful Chianti but is most famous for their blended wines. With a huge range of wines using many grape varieties Antinori could be considered the most complete and 21st century vineyard in Italy.

The ancient Antinori family have lived in Florence since the early 13th century when they moved here from Calenzano, a small town between Florence and Prato, where their presence was recorded back in 1188. The merchant family were registered with the Guild of Silk Weavers since 1285 and later with the Guild of Bankers, thanks also to the branches that opened in Bruges and Lyons, and the growing network of business in Europe.

They were also wine producers and merchants, and it was this business that became prevalent over time: Giovanni di Piero Antinori registered with the Guild of Winemakers in 1385 . Production and sales of wine became increasingly important for the family and by the 16 th century they were known to various clients outside Italy.

Wine remained the family's main passion and activity to the extent that in 1898 , when the “ Fattoria dei Marchesi Lodovico e Piero Antinori ” was founded, the property and farms were transformed into a really modern and well-organized business.

It was founded by the two sons of Marchese Niccolò - a direct descendent of that Niccolò who purchased Palazzo Antinori in 1506 – who had already devoted a good deal of time to making Tuscan wines a fine quality, well-known product.


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