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Tenute Stefano Farina SRL

Via Brianza, 13/A, 22031 Albavilla
Italy

Telephone +39 031 626445
Fax +39 031 629988
info@stefanofarinavini.it

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Contact

Alessandra Rossi

Phone
+39 393 8758622

Email
info@stefanofarinavini.it

Pietro Filigura

Phone
+39 3357178570

Email
p.filigura@stefanofarinavini.it

Our products

Product category: Toscana

CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG GRAN SELEZIONE - NEW!!!

CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG GRAN SELEZIONE

Gran Selezione is produced using the best grapes from the Fattoria Le Bocce vineyards.
The intense tannins of Sangiovese marry with the strong hues of Colorino to give our “Gran Selezione” its decisive color and enhance its drinking pleasure
The expressive territorial qualities of Gran Selezione Stefano Farina unite with those of quality, to give the greatest drinking satisfaction. The complex aromatic fusion of red and black fruits with the spiciness conferred through the various woods used during the refinement process represent the out-and-out uniqueness of Chianti Classico wines.
Our philosophy in producing “Gran Selezione” is to take advantage of our experience and our knowledge to create an important wine: one that is pleasant and represents Chianti in its higher essence, unique in its characteristics. As unique as the air, the earth and the hills of Chianti.
Advanced winemaking techniques and modern refining systems are only strengthened through the ongoing use of sensory skills. The human factor is always at the center of every wine-making decision. The winemaker decides on the timing of maceration and evolution by tasting the wine at every phase of production, giving it “life” and its unmistakable characteristics.
Gran Selezione Stefano Farina is an example of a truly modern wine, which unites structure and pleasantness reflecting its territory, the winemaking history of the Chianti Classico region and its ancient native vines.
In a nutshell, a highly successful combination of age-old tradition and progress.

Vine variety : 
90% Sangiovese, 10% Colorino

Soil:
Calcareous of medium consistency with the presence of marl, red clays and silty components

Yield per hectare:
Approximately 5 tons of grapes equal to 35 hectoliters of wine. 

Wine-making process:
Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation are conducted with an innovative technique (co-inoculation), carried out at controlled temperatures. Maceration duration is determined by tastings.

Evolution/Aging:
In cement vats for about 10 months (approximately one month for the fermentation process and then aging in wood for a further 9 months); 18 months in wood (a portion in Slavonian oak, a portion in 1st and 2nd filing barriques). Bottle aging for at least six months before being released on the market.
The timing of each operation is indicative, the winemaker decides on them by tasting the wine as it evolves

Best paired with:
Red, grilled and stewed (in wine) meats, wild fowl, T-bone steaks

 Tasting notes:
A deep ruby red wine,  clean on the nose
Red fruits notes, fruit in alcohol and violet gives way to definite spicy flavours (mostly cloves and pepper),  tobacco scents chime in
An explosion of flavours that linger. The first sip delivers the features detected on the nose.
Satisfying taste, which fully reflects the tradition .
Good tannins, silky, good acidity for a well balanced, full bodied and elegant wine

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BAROLO DOCG STEFANO FARINA

The manor owned by Stefano Farina in La Morra d'Alba lies on hills well exposed to the warm afternoon sunshine, the most suitable for grape ripening. This wine is aged for several years in oak casks of Slavonic origin and has a garnet red or ruby colour, with a violet aroma combined with notes of licorice and light spicy. Velvety, soft taste. The Barolo Stefano Farina has a noble tradition and is considered the "king of wines" amongst Italian wines.

Vine:
 100% Nebbiolo of the variety Lampia, Michet and Rose. Perfect to be grown in the area of Barolo municipality and suitable to obtain Barolo. 
Soil: half calcareous, rich in quartz sand of a greyish-white colour, above 170 meters altitude
Evolution/Ageing: one year in stainless steel cisterns, two years in oak casks of Slavonic origin (big barrels, a low percentage in barriques) and finally in bottles (8 months min).
Best served with: Braised meats, cheese with blue-green marbling, red meats and game
For best result, we suggest to uncork bottle and decant wine at least 3-4 hours prior serving.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 90 Points (vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2012)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Decanter 2016 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Merano Wine Award 2016 - 87 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Berliner Wine Trophy 2016 - Gold medal (Vintage 2011)
- IWC 2016 - Silver Medal (Vintage 2011)  
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Rodeo Unkorked - Int. Wine Comp. - Texas - Silver Medal (Vintage 2010)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2015 - Silver medal (Vintage 2010)
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2015 - Wine not to be missed (2010 vintage)
- Decanter - November 2013 - 95+ Outstanding    (Vintage 2009)  
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2012 - Espresso Edition - 16/20 3 glasses   (Vintage 2007) 
- James Suckling - 92 Points (Vintage 2007)
- James Suckling - 90 Points (Vintage 2006)
- Wine Spectator - Aug-31-2009 - 90 Points  (Vintage 2005) 
- 84° Place on top 100 Wine Spectator 2008   (Vintage 2004)  
- Wine Spectator - June-15-2008 - 91 Points  (Vintage 2004)  
- 49° Place on top 100 Wine Spectator 2005 (Vintage 2001)

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BARBARESCO DOCG STEFANO FARINA

Known as the little brother of the great Barolo due to its lower content in alcohol and for the more gentle and velvety features. Barbaresco takes its name after the small village near the town of Alba, on the river Tanaro, where this wine is made. This classic high standard Italian wine has a limited production and is ideally served with roast meats and game dishes. The wine is aged for several years in oak casks of Slavonic origin, and has a garnet red colour with a shade of orange. An aroma of violets together with a generous and pleasing taste make of this wine a unique experience. Better served after decanting and long breathing.

Vine variety: 100% Nebbiolo of the under variety Lampia, Michet, Rose grown in the town of Barbaresco within the province of Cuneo.
Soil: clayey and calcareous, well exposed on hills under 550 meters altitude.
Evolution: 26 months of which 9 in oaks of Slavonic origin.
Best served with: Feathered game, roast meat, tasty first courses (as for example ragù or game sauces).

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2012)
- James Suckling - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2014 - Wine not to be missed (Vintage 2010) 
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2012 - Espresso Edition 15/20 2 glasses (Vintage 2008) 
- James Suckling - 90 Points (Vintage 2008)
- James Suckling - 91 Points (Vintage 2007) 
- Wine Spectator - Sept-30-2009 - 90 Points  (Vintage 2006)   
- Wine Spectator - Sept-30-2008 - 91 Points   (Vintage 2005)    
- Wine Spectator - Dec-15-2007 - 89 Points         (Vintage 2004)
- Wine Spectator Oct., 15 2003 - 91 Points  (Vintage 2000)

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BARBERA D'ALBA DOC "SILENZIO"

This superb wine is the typical Barbera which however undergoes a lengthy ageing in French oak casks (Allier and Vosges) and reflects the tradition of the aristocratic Piedmont wines. It is a strong, generous and full bodied wine. Hints of black and red fruits, with notes of vanilla. On the palate the tannins integrate volume and softness.

Vine variety  100% Barbera grown in the town of Diano d’Alba in the province of Cuneo.
Soil : Clayey and rich in iron.
Evolution / ageing : 4/6 months in stainless vats; 12 months in French oak barriques, 4 months in bottle before selling.
Best served with:  Red meats, game and strong cheeses.
For best results open bottle one hour before drinking

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 91 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2013)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Selections Mondiales des vins Canada - Gold Medal  (Vintage 2013)
- Decanter Awards 2016 - Silver Medal (Vintage 2013)
- Berliner Wine Trophy 2016 - Gold medal (Vintage 2012)    
- Mundus Vini 2016 - Silver Medal (Vintage 2012)  
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 90 Points (vintage 2013)  
- Merano Wine Award 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2013)
- i Vini Veronelli 2016 - 88 Points  (Vintage 2011)  
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 89 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Rodeo uncorked Int. Wine Competition - Texas - Silver Medal (Vintage 2011)
- Selections Mondiales des vins Canada - Silver Medal  (Vintage 2010)
- Luca Maroni 2014 - 88 Points (Vintage 2010)

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NEBBIOLO D'ALBA DOC

The name of this wine derives from the italian word ‘Nebbia” which literally means fog. Tradition goes that grape picking begins once
the first fog appears on the hills of Le Langhe towards the end of October. Nebbiolo is indeed one of the most popular wines of Piedmont. The wine has noble and aristocratic elements. The grapes are thick and small with a distinctive blue shaded red skin,
which is ultimately the colour of the wine itself. As the wine ages it acquires a garnet-red tone. The aroma is soft, delicate and somehow reminds one of violets. The taste is slightly tannic, fine and elegant.

Vine variety :100% Nebbiolo.
Soil: clayey and calcareous, well exposed on hills under 650 meters altitude.
Evolution / ageing:  6 months in stainless steel vats, short passage in oak casks of Slavonic origin (about 6 months), ageing in bottles before selling.
Best served with: Tartare, pasta with meat sauces.

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LANGHE ROSSO DOC "LE BRUME"

This is a rather sophisticated wine, obtained through a wine making process of well matured grapes. Aged in French barriques
(oak casks) it acquires a touch of elegance, and it is left to rest for long periods in the bottle before being placed on the market.
It is best served with meat dishes. Wine of great complexity with notes of large and small red fruits (from cherry to currant), black fruits (blueberry and other berries). Spicy flavours due to its passage in wood. Great softness and volume at taste, pleasant tannic
with a very light hint of bitterness at the end (pleasant and characteristic).

Vine variety : 60% Nebbiolo, 40% Barbera.
Soil:  Clayey, calcareous and siliceous. Under 800 meters altitude.
Evolution / ageing:  After last pouring, minimum 6 months in French oak barriques and 2 months in bottle before selling.
Best served with:  Red meats, game and strong cheeses

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Vini Buoni d'Italia 2017 - 4 Stars (Vintage 2011)   
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Merano Wine awards 2016 - 87 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Mundus vini 2016 - Gold Medal (Vintage 2011) 
- Decanter awards 2016 - Bronze Medal (Vintage 2011)
- I vini Veronelli 2016 - 87 Points (Vintage 2010)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 89 Points (Vintage 2010)
- Gold Medal Los Angeles wine competition 2015 (Vintage 2010)  
- Gold Medal  Japan Wine Challenge 2013 (Vintage 2009)
- Wine Spectator - March, 31 2013 - 90 Points   (vintage 2009) 
- Wine spectator April, 30 2013 Bruce Sanderson's Recommended Top values (Vintage 2009)

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DOLCETTO DI DIANO D'ALBA DOCG

Dolcetto is the most widespread wine in the area surrounding Alba; the grapes produced from this area are so sweet that they can even be consumed and appreciated at the table. Every hill around Alba gives birth to a Dolcetto with various characteristics.
This particular type of Dolcetto has a ruby colour, a firm and pleasantly fruity aroma with notes of red fruits (cherries); the taste
is dry, with good acidity and well balanced.

Vine variety : 100% grown in town of Diano d’Alba in the Province of Cuneo.
Soil Clayey and calcareous and their combo. Under 550 meters altitude.
Evolution / ageing:  In stainless steel vats.
Best served with : Tartare, red meats, pasta. Perfect to be served with all courses.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 87 Points (Vintage 2015)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 84 Points  (Vintage 2014)  
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2014) 
- Luca Maroni 2015 - 87 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Wine Spectator - April 2012 - 87 Points (Vintage 2010)             

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BARBERA D'ALBA DOC STEFANO FARINA

This wine is produced on the slopes surrounding Alba and leading down to the river Tanaro in the region of Piedmont.
Barbera may be appreciated both young and slightly aged. As it is, both wines are controlled at origin of denomination. The colour
is an intense ruby red with a vinous aroma, very delicate, with notes of red fruit and a slightly tannic taste with good acidity when young. When slightly aged the wine acquires a softer and more elegant taste.

Vine variety : 100% Barbera grown within the province of Cuneo.
Soil:  clay and rich in iron, under 650 meters altitude.
Evolution / Ageing:  Short passage in oak casks of Slavonic origin. Ageing in bottle before selling.
Best served with:Red and white meats, braised meats, tartare, boiled meat, feathered game.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2015)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2015)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 85 Points (Vintage 2014)
- Luca Maroni 2015 - 87 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Wine Spectator - June 2013 - 89 Points (vintage 2011)
- Wine Spectator - Dec. 2007 - 85 Points Top Value (Vintage 2006)
- Wine Spectator - May 2003 - 84 Points (Vintage 2001)

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GAVI DOCG STEFANO FARINA

This wine comes from a restricted area between Liguria and Piedmont, at the foot of a fortress overlooking the little town of Gavi. It is a straw-coloured white wine, made from Cortese grapes. It has a fragrant and delicate aroma, followed by a pleasant and well balanced hint of almond blossom with aromatic mineral notes.

Vine variety: 100% Cortese of Gavi.
Soil: Medium-high slope, with sandy soil rich in arenaceous marl.
Evolution /ageing: In stainless steel, subsequent short period in bottle before selling.
Best served with: White meats, fish.

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GAVI DI GAVI DOCG FRANCO FIORINA

The white wine originats from the “Cortese area”, a strip of land close to the Ligurian Pennines. The vineyards are situated on steep
hills sorrounding the town of Gavi, and yield a wine rich in personality with a fruity fragrance. Its scent is fruity with loral notes combined with hints of minerals of dried fruits. The dry taste feature makes it an excellent aperitif, but it may also be served with hors d’oeuvres and fish dishes. The harvest period is normally during mid September.

Vine variety: 100% Cortese di Gavi
Soil: Medium-high slope, with sandy soil rich in arenaceous marl.
Evolution/Ageing:  4/5 months in stainless steel vats, subsequent short period in bottle before selling.
Best served with: Hors d’oeuvres, white meats, fish

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
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Selections mondiales des vins - Canada - 2015 - SILVER MEDAL (Vintage 2014)

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LANGHE DOC CHARDONNAY

This Chardonnay grown in the Piedmont Langhe region, is a soft straw-coloured wine, with a delicate and fresh bouquet coupled with a unique aroma of white lowers with a taste that denotes freshness and acidity. It is a perfect companion to all appetizers, hors d’oeuvres and may be served as an excellent aperitif.

Vine Variety: 100% Chardonnay grown within the provinces of Cuneo.
Soil: Clayey and calcareous.
Evolution: In stainless steel vats, subsequent short period in bottle before selling.
Best Served With: Hors d’oeuvres, white meats, fish.

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MOSCATO D'ASTI DOCG STEFANO FARINA

This is amongst the oldest vineyards in Piedmont, and was well known also by ancient Romans. It’s the typical noble vineyards, very sensitive to climate. A careful and wise dosage of all elements is essential during the process of ageing, however short. A sweet lavour and scented bouquet make this bubbly wine a fresh and easy alternative to heavier wines.

Vine Variety:  100% White Moscato.
Soil:  limestone or calcareous clay with favorable exposure.
Evolution: In stainless steel vats.
Best served with: Dessert such as cakes, Christmas pudding, ice cream, fruit tarts and fresh fruit.

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Product category: Toscana

CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA DOCG LE BOCCE

“Chianti Classico Riserva” distinguishes the Chianti wine aged for at least 3 years following harvest. The Stefano Farina vineyard clearly respects this rule by using a severe selection process, whereby only the wine believed to be of superior quality can be elected to a “Riserva”. This is why the number of bottles produced is very lexible depending on the harvested yield. Aromatically notes of red fruits like cherries and berries blended with notes of spice and leather. On the palate, tannins, softness and persistence are the features that highlight the great quality.

Vine Variety:  100% Sangiovese.
Soil:  calcareous and poor, basically marl and lime and very permeable
Evolution/Ageing: 6 months in cement vats, 16 months in the oak (part in oak casks of Slavonic origin, part in barriques of second and third passage). Ageing in bottle for 6 months before selling.
Best served with: Red meats, game, roasted and grilled meats (T-bone steak). For best result open bottle 3-4 hours before drinking.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 92 Points (Vintage 2012) 
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Merano Wine Awards 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Merano Wine awards 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Selectiones Mondiales des Vins - Canada - Gold Medal (Vintage 2011)  
- Berliner Wine Trophy - Gold Medal (Vintage 2011) 
- Decanter Awards 2106 - 90 Points - Silver Medal (Vintage 2011)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011)   
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (vintage 2011)
- Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014 - Silver Medal (Vintage 2009) 
- Decanter - August 2014 - 89 Points Recommended (Vintage 2009)                                    
- Luca Maroni 2014 - 85 Points (vintage 2010)
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2011 . 88 Points (vintage 2008)
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2009 - 89 Points (vintage 2006)

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CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG LE BOCCE

This wine is produced in the heart of the Chianti Classico area, in a village called Panzano 5 Km from the town of Greve. The Black Rooster quality trademark is the best guarantee for this unique Chianti Classico “Le Bocce”. This wine is rich in bouquet, fruity with a touch of violet, blackberry and iris at maturity, with a distinctive vanilla aroma, a direct result of ageing in oak casks. The taste is dry and robust at irst, becoming progressively gentler as years go by, still maintaining a well balanced and generous character.

Vine Variety: 95% Sangiovese, 5% Canaiolo.
Soil:  calcareous and poor with a high percentage of marl and lime, very permeable.
Evolution/Ageing: The wine is kept in cement vats for 6 months, in big oak casks of Slavonic origin for 12 months and in bottles for 3 months before selling.
Best served with: Heavy dishes of red meats in strong sauces and with game food in general. Perfect for Tuscany traditional dishes
such as boiled meats, “Cibreo”, “Lampredotto”.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 91 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Decanter Awards 2016 - 90 Points - Silver Medal (Vintage 2013)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 87 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 86 Points (vintage 2013)
- I Vini  Veronelli 2016 - 89 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 85 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Silver Medal Los angeles Int. Wine Competition 2015 (Vintage 2011)
- MERUM - October/November 2013 - 2 Hearts (2010 vintage)
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2011 - 90 Points (Vintage 2009)
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2009 - 86 points (Vintage 2007) 
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2008 - 87 ponts (Vintage 2006)

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ROSSO TOSCANO IGT "IL PALADINO" LE BOCCE

This superb red wine is obtained from the Sangiovese grapes grown by “Fattoria Le Bocce”. The vineyards are located in the ancient domain of “Vigna del Paladino” in Panzano, in the heart of the production area of the Chianti Classico. The wine is refined and carefully prepared, first in barriques and finally in bottles. Notes of small red fruits (blueberries, blackberries), with spicy notes
due to the wood. Feelings of tannins that blend with a pleasant softness and volume.

Vine variety: 100% Sangiovese.
Soil: Calcareous and poor with a high percentage of marl and lime very permeable.
Evolution/Ageing: 4 months in cement vats, 12 months in oak barriques of Slavonic origin (irst passage) 12 months in cement vats.
Ageing in bottle before selling.
Best served with: Roast meat, game and seasoned cheeses.
For best result open bottle one hour before

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (vintage 2012)  
- Merano Wine Awards 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Mundus Vini 2016 - Gold Medal - (Vintage 2011)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 91 Points (Vintage 2011) 
- Luca Maroni 2014 - 85 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Rodeo Uncorked Int. Wine Competition - Double Gold Medal (Vintage 2010)
-James Suckling - 85 Points (Vintage 2010) 
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2009 - 89 points (vintage 2007)
- Gambero Rosso - Vini d'Italia 2007 - 2 red glasses (Vintage 2004)
- Wine Spectator - Sept. 2008 - 87 points (vintage 2006)

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ROSSO TOSCANO IGT "SOLERS" LE BOCCE

This Tuscan wine has been given a name originating from the Latin word meaning “ingenious” and dedicated to the great genius
of Leonardo da Vinci. In fact this is a sophisticated modern wine, fresh in taste so as to be more suitable to the new taste of the consumer, while keeping typical features of a red Tuscan wine. Solers - Rosso Toscano wants to blend modernity with innovation, just
as Leonardo da Vinci was in the Renaissance. Excellent balance, soft but decisive taste, consistent bouquet with primary aroma
of red fruits (cherries and black cherries) with a touch of vanilla lavour. The intense ruby redcolour with blue tints is a sign of good longevity. This is the ideal wine to serve with all dishes, perfect if served also between courses.

Vines variety: 90% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot.
Soil: Calcareous and poor, basically marl and lime and very permeable.
Evolution/Ageing: In cement vats.
Best served with:The ideal wine to serve with all dishes. For best results, we suggest to open bottle two hours before drinking.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 88 Points (Vintage 2013)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Berliner Wine Trophy 2016 - Gold Medal (Vintage 2012)   
- IWC 2016 - Bronze Medal (Vintage 2012)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016   -   90 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- James Suckling - 87 Points - (Vintage 2010)
- Wine Spectator - Oct.-15-2011  89 points (Vintage 2009)

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CHIANTI DOCG "LA GINESTRA"

This is a Chianti of controlled and guaranteed denomination. The wine making process is respectful of the old traditional Tuscan
methods. Two types of grapes make up this wine, namely: Sangiovese and Canaiolo. Chianti “La Ginestra” is a brillant ruby red wine which turns to a garnet colour as it ages. Its dry and aromatic taste becomes soft and velvety with a light violet aroma with ageing.

Vine Variety: 90% Sangiovese, 10% Canaiolo.
Soil: Fairly fertile, rich in calcium and organic components, very permeable.
Evolution/Ageing: 8 months in cement vats, 6 months in oak casks of Slavonic origin, ageing in bottles before selling.
Best served with: Pasta with tomato sauce, Tuscan soups, whit and red meat. Ideal wine to serve with all dishes

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling -87 Points (Vintage 2014) 
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 86 Points (Vintage 2014)
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 86 Points (vintage 2014)
- I vini Veronelli 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 85 Points (Vintage 2013)                                        
- Japan Wine Challenge 2013 - Bronze medal (Vintage 2011)
- James Suckling - 86 Points (Vintage 2010) 
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2011 - 90 points  (Vintage 2009)                 
- Wine Spectator - Dec. 2011 - Top 100 The outstanding value (Vintage 2009)
- Wine Spectator - Oct 2009 - 85 Points (Vintage 2007)

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SANGIOVESE DI TOSCANA IGT "SASSAIA DI ALBERETO"

This wine is typical Sangiovese, which however undergoes a lengthy ageing in french oak casks (Allier and Vosges) in line with the tradition of the great noble Tuscan wines. Notes of small red fruits (blueberries, blackberries), with spicy notes due to the wood. It is the ideal companion to any kind of roast meat, game and seasoned cheeses. It is best served at 18°- 20° C.

Vine Variety: 100% Sangiovese.
Soil: calcareous and poor, mainly limy, marly and rather permeable.
Evolution/Ageing: 4 months in stainless vats; 12 months in oak barriques of Slavonic origin, 4 months in cement vats, ageing in bottle
before selling.
Best served with: Roast meat, game and seasoned cheeses. For best result open bottle one hour before drinking

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- James Suckling - 90 Points (Vintage 2012)
- I Vini Veronelli 2017 - 90 Points (Vintage 2012) 
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012) 
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011) 
- Luca Maroni 2014 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011) 
- James Suckling - 92 Points (Vintage 2010)
- Wine Spectator - Oct. 2009 - 86 points (vintage 2007)           
- Wine Spectator - Spt. 2008 - 90 points

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SALICE SALENTINO DOC MASSERIA LA ROSA DEL SALICE

Typical red wine of Salento with aroma of red fruit jam. Soft and velvety taste with sweet notes on the palate.

Vine Variety: 100% Negroamaro.
Soil: Clay mixed with crushed limestone
Evolution/Ageing: 12 months in big oak barrel, 10 months in cement vats, refining in bottle before selling.
Best served with: Ideal with red meat dishes, braised meat and seasoned cheeses.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2013)
- Decanter awards 2016 - Bronze Medal (Vintage 2013) 
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2010)

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PRIMITIVO DEL SALENTO IGT MASSERIA LA ROSA DEL SALICE

This wine is a wonderful example of a modern Primitivo, rich in personality and character. Great volume, with some sweet notes on the palate. The colour is an intense ruby red. Notes of black fruit jam (plum and blueberry) with slight loral notes of iris.

Vine Variety: 100% Primitivo del Salento.
Soil: Clay mixed with crusched limestone
Evolution/Ageing: 8 months in big oak barrels, 4 months in stainless steel. Refining in bottles before selling.
Best served with: Meat, feathered game and medium mature cheese.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 89 Points (Vintage 2013) 
- Merano wine awards 2016 - 85 Points (vintage 2013)
- I vini Veronelli 2016 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012) 
- Luca Maroni 2016 87 Points (Vintage 2012)

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ROSSO DEL SALENTO IGT DONNA GIOVANNA

Typical red wine of Salento with aroma of red fruit jam. Soft and velvety taste with sweet notes on the palate.

Vine Variety: 70% Negroamaro, 30% Malvasia nera di Lecce.
Soil: Clay mixed with crushed limestone.
Evolution/Ageing: In stainless steel vats.
Best served with: An outstanding match with a meat dish, hams and mature cheese

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 87 Points (vintage 2014)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 86 Points (vintage 2010)

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Product category: Puglia

BIANCO DEL SALENTO IGT DONNA GIOVANNA

This is an excellent fresh, aromatic and fruity white wine, gentle on the palate, with balanced sugar/acidic ratio typical of the Sauvignon Blanc.

Vine Variety: 100% Sauvignon Blanc.
Soil: Clay mixed with crushed limestone.
Evolution: In stainless steel vats.
Best served with: a combination of raw fish appetizers (oysters, mussels, shrimp), hot ish appetizers (octopus, soup with
mussels, etc), other ish (squid, cuttleish etc), fried fish, shellifsh, fish soups, white meat, lean grilled pork, vegetables (eggplant and peppers), and rice mixed with vegetables and fish.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 86 Points (vintage 2015) 
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 84 Points (Vintage 2014)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 85 Points (Vintage 2014)

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Product category: Puglia

ROSATO DEL SALENTO IGT DONNA GIOVANNA

This wine is born in the heart of antique Puglia: Il Salento. The taste is velvety, with intense andpersistent fragrances. A fresh, fruity (red fruits, cherry) Rosato.

Vine variety: 100% Negroamaro.
Soil: Clay mixed with crushed limestone.
Evolution: In stainless steel vats.
Best served with: Crustaceans, fish dishes, appetizers and light pasta dishes. Suitable for all kind of courses.

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES
- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2015)
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2014)  
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (vintage 2014)

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Product category: Toscana

CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG GRAN SELEZIONE

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Mar 3, 2017

CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG GRAN SELEZIONE - NEW WINE!!!

THE BEST SIDE OF CHIANTI
From a rigorous selection of simply perfect grapes, a Classic Chianti that combines a great structure with a full body for the palate, capable of providing highly complex sensations. A harmonic mixture of notes where the seasoning of the wood, the red berries and black berries blend smoothly

LE BOCCE
Conca d’Oro: this is the name of that portion of Panzano, in the upper side of Chianti land, where your sight reaches out the gorgeous and unique view of the Central Tuscany region, made by woods, olive groves and vineyards. It’s the birthplace of Chianti Classico, the land of Le Bocce.
Here, in a 173 acres estate, hillside vineyards, facing South-East in the land of Galestro and Alberese, give to every harvest precious grapes. Those grapes that the winery, founded in the heart of an ancient convent, transforms in great wines combining the wisdom of the past and modern conception.

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Jan 13, 2017

AWARDS AND ACCOLADES

We are proud to announce we got good results in National and International Tasting.
Please, see the enclosed

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Tenute Stefano Farina is an internationally-focused winery which sells wines worldwide, mainly in the USA, Germany, Russia, Japan and many other European countries.

OUR STORY
It was the 1930's
Stefano Farina and his wife Giovanna were raising 3 children and Stefano needed to support his family. He decided to start a business with what was his great passion: WINE!
After some years, his passion and perseverance helped him to build a thriving winery.
Now the Company has 5 cellars: 2 in the northern region of Piedmont, 2 in the central region of Tuscany  and 1 in the Southern region of Apulia.

UNIQUE BUSINESS

Our clients and importers save time and money by purchising wines from all 3 of Italy's great wine regions from only one producer.

QUALITY
From the choice of terrain to final bottling, Tenute Stefano Farina personally cares about quality.
Each wine we produce combines centuries of tradition, a natural affinity with the land and careful nurturing of the grapes.

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