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  1. 2013 Bonizio Toscana Rosato IGT, Cecchi

    Made by one of Tuscany’s finest producers, this pale pink rosé has a delicate floral character reminiscent of summer roses, followed by hints of wild berry and raspberry. The medium bodied, fruity palate has a refreshing acidity that makes this everyday drinking style perfect with pastas, grilled chicken and barbequed fish.

  2. 2007 Coevo IGT, Cecchi
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    2007 Coevo IGT, Cecchi

    (6x75cl)

    The Sangiovese in this vintage was generous and of outstanding quality, first as grapes and then as juice, bestowing its Chianti-zone violet and earthy aromas, while at the same time displaying the highest elegance and persistence. This was complemented by the lush fruit of the Merlot, the smoke of the Petit Verdot, and the vibrancy of the Cabernet Sauvignon. There is beautiful choreography in the balance between the velvety tannins and alcohol in this new vintage.

  3. 2013 Bonizio Toscano Rosso IGT, Cecchi

    Bonizio Toscana Rosso is a skilful blend of smooth, fruity Merlot from Tuscany’s coastal Maremma zone and ripe, savoury Sangiovese from the hills of Chianti Classico. The wine is ruby red with hints of purple, offering flavours of raspberry and blackberry on the rich spicy palate. This fruit-forward style is a fresh take on Tuscan red wine, delivering uncomplicated drinking enjoyment from one of the region’s most experienced producers.

  4. 2012 Chianti Natio, Organic, Cecchi

    Natio is characterised by a lively, ruby red colour and a fruity, vinous nose. It is a soft, well-structured and balanced wine with aromatic hints of cherry, blueberry and plum.

  5. 2011 Teuzzo Chianti Riserva, Cecchi

    Strong identity, great and elegant structure and with an important capabilities of aging are the distinguishing features of this wine definitely important. The perfume is persistent and fine.The taste is round, well balanced with notes of black cherry, plum and kirsch.

  6. 2013 Chianti Cecchi DOCG Flask, Cecchi

    Intensely aromatic with notes of violets. Well balanced on the palate with classic Chianti character.

  7. 2014 Litorale Vermentino di Maremma DOC, Val delle Rose

    Val delle Rose Litorale Vermentino is produced by the Cecchi family in Maremma, a land where the warm Tuscan sun and cooling sea breezes emphasise the unique characteristics of this classic indigenous grape. The distinct floral aromas, with hints of brininess, give way to juicy lemon citrus and a salty tang on the thirst quenching palate. This generous, intense wine is an ideal match for full flavoured fish dishes, cooked straight from the sea.

  8. 2010 Coevo IGT, Cecchi
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    2010 Coevo IGT, Cecchi

    (6x75cl)

    The Sangiovese in this vintage was generous and of outstanding quality, first as grapes and then as juice, bestowing its Chianti-zone violet and earthy aromas, while at the same time displaying the highest elegance and persistence. This was complemented by the lush fruit of the Merlot, the smoke of the Petit Verdot, and the vibrancy of the Cabernet Sauvignon. There is beautiful choreography in the balance between the velvety tannins and alcohol in this new vintage.

  9. 2013 Chianti Gi Scudi, Cecchi

    Chianti Cecchi is characterised by a red ruby colour, which tends towards garnet red when aged. On the nose it is intensely aromatic with notes of violets. On the palate it is well balanced with the classic signature of Chianti which make it such a good match with food.

  10. 2014 Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG, Castello Montauto

    The Cecchi family are enduringly connected to San Gimignano and this expressive Castello Montauto Vernaccia pays homage to their important historic homeland. The family’s scrupulous vineyard selection produces aromatically rich grapes, with fine, floral scents and hints of bitter almond. The intensity of Cecchi’s brilliant example is exquisitely balanced by crisp, citrus freshness and a beguiling perfume.

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