I wanted to create elegant wines respecting the diversity of their character: the common denominator among them is elegance, in harmony and in respect of their soil.
The vines and their soil have specific needs, which must be interpreted and respected in order to obtain the best wines.
Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Tuscany blend
Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Tuscany Cabernet Franc – Italy
Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) Tuscany – Italy
The five core types of vines that grow at Podernuovo
a Palazzone are Sangiovese, the most traditional expression of this region, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Montepulciano and Merlot.
Therra, is a blend of the grapes grown on the property and the specific blend changes with each harvest. The name Therra evokes the true flavours of the Tuscan soil and is best served with timballi di pasta (pasta cake), red meat dishes, or spicy sautéed aromatic beef, pecorino cheese.
Argirio is a Cabernet Franc whose name comes from “argilla” which translates into “clay soil”.
This wine goes great with international dishes such as stuffed onions with sausages and pork (Belgium), Bacalhau a Bras (Portugal), Kebap skewers (Middle East), sweet and sour pork (China), Teryaki chicken with vegetables (Japan), Pulgogi (Korea).
Sotirio, named for the great-great grandfather of our founder, is a pure Sangiovese wine.
The “grand cru” of the estate, it reflects the strong ties between the land, the vines and the men working them. The quality and elegance of Sotirio, which is aged in French oak barrels, goes well with stewed wild boar (Tuscany), meat strudel (Germany), pork chops Normandy (France), pork with sesame (China), pinwheels cheese – paneer pinwheels (India), Galangal Soup (Thailand).