Tenimenti Angelini Toscana Rosso 'Tuttobene' 2006

Member Review by cookypuss1:

An excellent choice if you're eating Italian food! I don't particularly care to drink Chianti on its own, as I think it needs food. I picked this up for around $10, so was really an excellent bargain. Nice and dry, with medium tannin, it was perfect for our penne arrabiata, and braciole! Would definitely buy again.

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Region: Italy » Tuscany » Toscano

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Variety: Tuscany
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Tenimenti Angelini:
Tenimenti Angelinis wine comes from three estates in Tuscany, all of the family Angelinis possession. They are located in different appellations, San Leonino Chianti Classico Tenuta Trerose in Montepulciano and the Val di Suga in Montalcino. The three were brought together under the common name Tenimenti Angelini in 1994 The vineyards are planted on a much higher density (6000 vines per he... Read more
Tenimenti Angelinis wine comes from three estates in Tuscany, all of the family Angelinis possession. They are located in different appellations, San Leonino Chianti Classico Tenuta Trerose in Montepulciano and the Val di Suga in Montalcino. The three were brought together under the common name Tenimenti Angelini in 1994 The vineyards are planted on a much higher density (6000 vines per hectare, up to 7200 at San Leonino) and all the old washbacks of concrete and oak have been replaced by stainless steel and barrels of new French oak. Chianti Classico San Leonino made ​​of Sangiovese (95%) and Canaiolo (5%) and Vin Santo in Montepulciano and Trebbiano of Moscato (60/30) plus small Grechetto and S. Colombano. It also has smaller plantations of Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, but is - as usual in Tuscany - the dominant grape. Tenimenti Angelini is part of the Angelini Group, which has extensive interests in Italy. Including other, they run a hotel chain in Italy and produces both food and wine, with an emphasis on the traditional Italian. Conglomerate which has over 3000 employees in several countries, led by the Chairman Francesco Angelini, the grandson of the founder. Read less

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Snooth User: cookypuss1
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3.50 5
Vintage: 2004 08/18/2008

An excellent choice if you're eating Italian food! I don't particularly care to drink Chianti on its own, as I think it needs food. I picked this up for around $10, so was really an excellent bargain. Nice and dry, with medium tannin, it was perfect for our penne arrabiata, and braciole! Would definitely buy again.


Snooth User: luca chevalier
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2004 08/20/2010

Three glasses


External Reviews for Tenimenti Angelini Toscana Rosso 'Tuttobene'

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Vintage: 2005 01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesTuttobene is a very pleasant wine with great structure and balance. The nose and palate display ripe fruit, red berries and subtle herbal notes. It is medium to full-bodied with remarkable tannins, yet is also silky with a smooth acidity and a rich, fruity finish.


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Vintage: 2004 01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesThe wines of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano will have intense color, great complexity of aroma, and plenty of body.



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