Tuscan Wines

The Great Wine:

A great wine is not simply the result of the combination of different favorable elements such as climate, soil and grape variety, it is also the fruit of the expertise, love and care of man and –of course– technical improvements. The production of Capezzana is based on a long tradition, dating back to the Middle Ages, has been passed on through the experience of many generations of winegrowers and wine-makers. Thus has Capezzana maintained its high quality production up to the present day.


This wine witnesses the strong character of Maremma. It has the fragrance of fresh fruit. In the mouth it reveals a fresh, distinctive and never-trivial flavour.

Grapes: Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet S.



This wine is a superb example of strong and precise character. It offers rich and well defined sensations: a blend of red fruit, black liquorice and hints of vegetable shades. Is has a very fresh and balsamic background, mild tannin, powerful, rich and long lasting flavours.

Grapes: Sangiovese, Syrah


This white wine certainly reveals its strong mediterranean character. Its fragrance is exquisite and enticing, with warm and tropical hints. You can recognize the flavour of candied citrus fruit, cream cakes and white pepper. In the mouth, its rich flavour lasts a fairly long time.

Grapes: Viognier


This wine offers a delicious fruity savour. The fragrance is very pleasant with hints of wild strawberries, rose petals and milk chocolate. In the mouth it is fresh and tasty. Its pleasant flavour lasts for a fairly long time.

Grapes: Syrah



The fragrance of this wine is exquisite and complex. It has hints of ripe cherries, tobacco leaves, red currant and rhubarb jam: the flavour is warm, seductive and in a perfect balance with a deep freshness ending in perfect enjoyment.

Grapes: Sangiovese, Cabernet S., Merlot



The fragrance of this wine is exquisite and offers hints of black fruit, pipe tobacco, juniper berries and myrtle, all of them well blended together. It has an intense, rich flavour and a lenght and persistence of great distinction.

Grapes: Syrah, Cabernet S., Sangiovese





Rosso di Montepulciano


Production area: Cervognano

Vineyards Altitude: 350 meters above sea level

Grapes: Sangiovese (Blackthorn Gentile) 100%

Growing system: Guyot and spurred cordon bilateral double balanced

Grape production for Hs: 50 Q.li / Ha

Period of Harvest: Second week of October

Winemaking Techniques: Long maceration on the skins with intense initial pumping over and punching, long quiescent static final stage, controlled temperature up to 30 ° C

Aging: 24 months in wood (60% in oak casks of 25 hl, 40% in small French oak casks)

Bottle Aging: 6 months minimum

Analytical data:

Alcohol content 13,50 / 14,50% Vol

Total acidity 5.40

Residual sugar 1.45


Chianti Classico D.O.C.G. Castello di Brolio


80% Sangiovese, 15% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.


12-18 days on the skins at 24-27 ° C.


for 18 months in barrels and casks.


Ruby and shiny. Rich and refined, sweet and spicy leaves the input surface and then dominated the red fruity notes. The total integration between the wine and the oak comes from the patient and thorough search of the cellar. On the palate red fruits, pepper with interesting minerality of Chianti Classico. Wine of character, stands out for its elegance and typicality.

Rosso di Montepulciano


Production Zone: Cervognano

Vineyards Elevation: 350 meters s.l.m.

Grapes: Sangiovese (Blackthorn Gentile) 90% Colorino 10%

Growing system: Guyot double

Grape production per ha. 30/40 q.li / ha

Harvest Period: From second to third week of October

Winemaking techniques: Long maceration on the skins with intense initial pumping over and punching, long quiescent static final stage, temperature-controlled to a maximum of 33 ° C.

Aging: 36 months in wood (40% in 25hl Slavonian oak, 60% in small French oak casks)

Bottle aging: 8 months minimum

Analytical data: Alcohol content: 14,00 / 15,00% Vol

Total Acidity: 5.70

Residual sugar: 1.30



Roccato Rosso Toscana IGT


In 1988 the first bottle of Roccato, wine, imagined and built by Italian and Sergio made ​​from Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon in equal parts, is the essence of the path made by the company itself.

In fact, as Rocca delle Macie, which, starting from the tradition of the Chianti Classico is open to innovation while never forgetting its origin, so also the Roccato represents the meeting between the roots and the most typical of Sangiovese and Cabernet modernity symbolized by the barrels used for the refinement.

Enveloping and velvety wine with rich aromas of blackberries, plums and licorice has a good mineral component and a tannic structure that can sustain it for many years of aging.



Vermentino Maremma Toscana Doc

Vermentino-Maremma-Toscana-DocThe Vermentino grown in the sunny vineyards of the estate in Maremma Casamaria , purchased in 2003 by the Zingarelli family , is the main grape of this wine that bears his name in a good omen to those who drink it.

Wind drift in eye , in fact, a typical expression seamanship common among the fishermen of the coast , indicating that vortex of clouds pierced by the sun that is created when the weather turn for a change. This particular weather phenomenon is considered auspicious by fishermen announcer because of a great day of fishing .

Straw yellow in color , the nose will immediately notice the floral scents reminiscent of acacia and broom and that gives way to delicate fruity aromas of apple and pineapple. The taste is dry, soft and pleasantly cool.