Ghiaccio Forte

2021 Morellino di Scansano


£15.00 per bottle

Single bottles: £20.99
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90 points - Wines Critic (Raffaele Vecchione)

Ghiaccio Forte is located in the Maremma, along the banks of the Albegna River and upon the slopes of Monte Aquilaia in southern Scansano. Tuscany’s best kept secret, the wines produced here fall under the Morellina di Scansano DOCG and must be made up of at least 85% Sangiovese. This area has been dedicated to producing wine for a millennia and Ghiaccio Forte strives to embody the best traditions of the past, as well as the future of Morellino di Scansano. Ghiaccio Forte Morellino di Scansano DOCG was first released with the 2006 vintage, and is a wine that is year after year highly rated by wine critics and judges.

The 2021 vintage was produced from 100% Sangiovese grapes. The grapes are harvested by hand at the point of optimal ripeness, followed by careful selection and destemming. The wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks with around two weeks of skin contact.

The wine is powerful, yet silky and bears the hallmark traits of a grand Sangiovese from Scansano. Combining freshness and structure with a notable maritime influence, elegant cherry fruit and a savoury element give a perfect balance between earthiness and ripe red fruits.

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What does this wine taste like?

This wine features Black fruit, Red fruit & Oaky notes.

Which foods would go well with this wine?

We think that this fantastic red wine from Ghiaccio Forte would pair amazingly well with the following foods - enjoy!

More Information About The Ghiaccio Forte Winery

2021 Ghiaccio Forte Morellino di Scansano
   1 wine currently available at The Vineking
Located in Tuscany · Italy

On the slopes of Monte Aquilaia in southern Scansano, Ghiaccio Forte’s vineyards benefit from the mix of a Mediterranean climate tempered by cool breezes coming from the surrounding mountains. These are perfect conditions for growing sangiovese grapes (which make up the bulk of production) along with syrah, cabernet sauvignon......

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