||A vineyard tells the Italian colonial past. It's called the Empire Vigna. It is in a timeless place, in Valdarno, between Florence and Arezzo, in a round of wind from Buriano bridge, what historians have seen behind the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The first grapes have matured after the Italian invasion of Abyssinia. Now the vineyard, for the first time in eighty years, we get a wine. Name: Empire Vigna 1935. It is a pure Sangiovese, which is aged for two years in large barrels, and then settle in the bottle. It has been presented the day before yesterday in New York, at the restaurant "Del Posto" Mario Batali (the member's "restaurant as" Joe Bastianich, sworn to before Masterchef in the US then in Italy).
||Price Tenuta Sette Ponti Vigna dell'Impero 2013 € 85.00