An homage to the great grape varieties of the Rhône, Syrah and Grenache, and proof that they also yield outstanding quality in southern Tuscany. Expressive, spicy, and yet extremely elegant, even supple, that is how the second top cuvée of the winery after Monteverro presents itself. The grapes grown on one of our best slopes, around a centuries-old cork tree, in the immediate proximity to the Mediterranean scrub whose typical aromas of lavender, rosemary, and thyme make their way into the wine. This cuvée made from the two Southern French varieties -- Grenache stands for freshness and elegance, Syrah for fruit, power, and body -- makes this complex and deeply flavorful wine an exception in Tuscany. Georg Weber dedicated it to his mother (her nickname is Tina), a great lover of the wines from the Rhône Valley.