Domini Castellare di Castellina group and it is time to take stock. Alessandro Cellai, oenologist and vice president of the DCC group, tells us how was this season.
The 2021 harvest ended in the 4 estates of the
DCC Global Tasting organized by Domini Castellare di Castellina to celebrate the 40 harvests of I Sodi di S. Niccolò, the Super Tuscan by Castellare di Castellina.
Great participation to the third edition of the
“They produce world-class wines; they are leaders in their regions; and witness the diversity, heritage and authenticity that are the hallmarks of Italian wine”. With these words, Wine Spectator executive editor, Tom Matthews, describes the 34 Italian best wineries that have been always awarded by OperaWine during the 10 editions of the event.
“The 2020 harvest will be remembered not only because it took place during the COVID-19 pandemic, but above all because the vegetative cycle was perfect as rarely happens”. With these words Alessandro Cellai, oenologist and CEO of the wineries Castellare di Castellina, in the Chianti Classico, Rocca di Frassinello in the Tuscan Maremma, Feudi del Pisciotto and Gurra di Mare, in Sicily, describes the harvest still in progress in the 4 estates.
Baffonero, Rocca di Frassinello’s top wine, and by I Sodi di S. Niccolò, Castellare di Castellina’s flagship wine, during the auction held in Florence, on 17 and 18 June, by the well-known Pandolfini Auction House.
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