COSIMO MARIA MASINI Tenuta di Poggio S.S.

Via Poggio al Pino 16, 56028 San Miniato
Italy

Telephone +39 0571 465032
Fax +39 0571 465032
info@cosimomariamasini.it

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 13 / E110
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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 13): stand E110

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.18  Toscana

Our products

Product category: Toscana

ANNICK IGT Bianco Toscano

vintage:
2015

varietal:
Chardonnay 60% and Sauvignon Blanc 40%

harvest:
The 2015 harvest started in the beginning of August and took about two weeks. First the Chardonnay grapes were picked, followed of the Sauvignon grapes. The selection of the grapes were done in two different phases. The first already in the vineyard, the second – much more intensely – again before the pressing process in our cellar.

vinification:
In order to reflect the fruity character of this noble grapes they were immediately gently pressed with the stamps.
Natural fermentation and the short maturation period help to keep the fruity and juicy freshness of Annick.

character:
A star bright white gold color with a greenish rim, aromas of green herbs, flowers and melon finishing with an orange blossom aroma. Flavors of green fruits, citrus and sweet melon finish with a racy juicy acidity.
Annick reflects perfectly the fruit character of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.

pairing:
Classical with fish or crustacean thanks to the freshness and the good structure. Also recommendable with light meat or in combination with the typical Tuscan salami, because the fat flavors and aromas were perfectly balanced.

temperature: 9 – 10 degrees

analytical data:
alcohol 12,5 %
total acidity 5,20 g/l
pH 3,40

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Product category: Toscana

DAPHNÉ IGT Bianco Toscano Biodynamic

vintage:
2014

varietal:
Trebbiano Toscano e Malvasia Bianca, grown according to the rules of BIODYNAMIC

harvest:
The indigenious BIODYNAMIC Trebbiano Toscano grapes were harvested late, on the first week of October, not before they were fully ripened.
Low hills and selection of the clusters provided high quality grapes for our Daphné.

vinification:
Have you ever heard about a white wine that was made like a red wine?
Differently from other whites our Daphné was fermented for 3 – 5 days with all the grape must. This technique builds more structure and more flavor complexity to the wine.
Natural fermentation continues on steel vats and then the wine is transferred to mature with the yeast cells (Sur-lies on the fine yeast) in 500 liter new French oak barrels (tonneaux) for enrich the wine complexity and to give it its special color.
For showing its full potential the Daphné was made without artificial additives and without filtration, according to the BIODYNAMIC philosophy

character:
Daphné is unique!
Presents itself in a golden color with a golden rim. Striking with aroma of fresh herbs, pears, delicate vanilla and with fresh wood on the background. A mouth full of complexity reveals striking mineral, pear, fruit, wild flowers and a long citrus finish.
Daphné is a wine to explore!

pairing:
Thanks to its complexity, Daphné can be savored with food which usually require red wine. It’s a jewel with truffles or spicy Indian / Asian food and balances the pungent flavors of the dishes harmoniously with its characters. Delicious also with foie gras, red meat or matured cheeses.
Drinking temperature: 9 – 10 degrees

analytical data:
alcohol 13,6 %
total acidity 4,12 g/l
pH 3,67

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Product category: Toscana

MATILDE IGT Rosato Toscano Biodynamic

vintage:
2015

varieties:
Sangiovese, indigenous grapes grown in BIODYNAMIC farming

harvest:
The harvest for the grapes of matilde 2013 started at the end of August and took about one week. We just chose the best grapes of red wines on our estate, but mainly the Sangiovese, which have a good sugar content which also holds a good acidity.

vinification:
 The BIODYNAMIC grapes were picked by hand and macerate for 12 hours. Later the must was kept under temperature control around 13°C for one week.  After the first transfer the wine was macerated in steel for 5 months and then transferred in steel before bottling. The wine was bottled in February 2014.

character:
With a bright rubin red color matilde presents an intense wine nose with notes of violets and raspberries. The palate continues in a consistent manner with good acidity, light tannins and a good minerality.

pairing:
Ideal with typical tuscan antipasti based on cheese, salami and paté. Interesting also with fries and light pasta dishes.

how to drink: 9 – 10 degrees

analytical data:
Alcohol                                    12,5 %
Total acidity                           5,20 g/l
pH                                               3,40

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About us

Company details

The winery  Cosimo Maria Masini is located on the hills of San Minato, an ancient medieval village in the heart of Tuscany, in the province of Pisa, along the route of the Via Francigena, land of wine and white truffle (the prized tuber magnatum)

The estate, owned by the Masini family since 2000, extends over a rolling hillside, with 40 hectares of vineyards, olive groves, fields and woods.

Villa la Selva, the heart of the estate, is an ancient mansion that once belonged to the Buonaparte family and was then purchased, in the mid-nineteenth century, by the Marquis Cosimo Ridolfi, the founder of the Faculty of Agriculture. Here the Marquis began here to apply innovative techniques to vineyards .

The area of San Miniato has ancient viticultural origins, and over two thousand years of history.

Our vineyards, set at around 100 meters above sea level, extend over approximately 13 hectares of clay soil, of Pliocene origin, rich in fossils with a microclimate ideal for vineyards.

The varieties grown are those of traditional Tuscan wines: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Trebbiano, Malvasia Nera and, Buonamico, St. Columban ,as well as a native variety that had almost disappeared, the Sanforte, of which we are recovering the genetic heritage. The grapevines also include the latest international varieties: Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.

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