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(2023) Made from 100% Syrah, Fattoria Le Pupille being one of the pioneers of Syrah in Tuscany. From chalky clay soils, and a small proportion made in older oak, a few hours skin contact gives a very pale colour. The nose has a subtle smoky mineral quality, along with small, dry red fruits like cranberry and reducurrant. In the mouth this has substantial texture and fruit density. It's a rosé that doesn't want to be served too cold, a nip of tannin and some skin contact grip and pithy acidity giving it gastronomic appeal.
(2020) From the renowed Morellino di Scansano producer Elisabetta Geppetti of Fattoria le Pupille, a rare Tuscan rosé, coming from the coastal Maremma, and made from 100% Syrah, some of the vines dating back to 1990. Another unusual aspect, is that 10% of the wine was aged in barrels of Acacia wood. The colour is a pale, but orangey-pink, the nose fragrant with small red berries, a hint of sweet blossom, and a little touch of peppery spice. In the mouth, it at first seems off-dry, perhaps there's a gramme or two of residual sugar, but that's soon swept up in the savoury berry fruitiness, lemony acidity and more of that lingering spice.
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