• Gigio and its nose

    It's not often that one reads about the pleasure of smell and yet with wine it is such a crucial element of the experience of tasting. In that spirit, here is another beautifully written review by SOIF describing Gigio!

    https://soifknows.com/2017/03/...

  • SOIF and Gigetty stuff!

    Words or pictures? They always say one picture is worth a thousand words, well in this case we think it may be difficult to decide. Check out this beautiful review of Gigetto by SOIF who writes so lyrically about wine that one remains speechless and then takes beautiful pictures too!
    https://soifknows.com/2017/03/...

  • Stan the Wine Man picks Gigetto

    We were thrilled to receive a nice review from Stan the Wine Man, of the Seattle PI.  Gigetto was his chosen wine for his "Pick of the Week".  A big Thank you to Stan and Cheers to that!

    http://linkis.com/blog.seattle...

  • Gigiò 2012

    • La Republica

    • "This wine is robust yet soft, rendered even more velvety thanks to its soft alcohol notes and non aggressive tannins."

      – Toscana: Guida ai sapori e ai piaceri della regione 2017.

  • The Poggio La Noce new Winery opens its doors!

    Following the opening of our new winery, the wine journal "Civilta del Bere" published a nice article about Poggio La Noce:

    Thank you to Emanuele Pellucci for the nice write up.


  • Gigetto 2014

    • "A red with beautiful purity and stature. Currant, blackberry and walnut aromas and flavors. Full and silky. Very intense and structured. Better in 2020 but so exciting to taste for the vintage."

      – James Suckling

  • Gigiò 2012

    • Vitae 2017

    • "Deep ruby red. Wilted violets and jam-like cherry in the nose, starting with a sent of juniper and rosemary, giving a sensation of ink, pepper, pine resin, cigar, licorice, and a hint of chocolate. The taste is decisive and captivating, showing off sumptuous and silky tannins whilst maintaining the wine's deep throated acidity. It has a very long balm like ending."

      – AIS

  • Gigetto 2013

    • Vitae 2017

    • "Ruby red with shades of purple. Intense and expressive nose. Starts with bitter cherries and blackberries, followed by laurel leaves and violets; ending with soft spices, vanilla, cinnamon, licorice, and finally cacao powder. Well made tannins, pronounced throughout the wine. Ends with a hint of fresh almond with good persistence."

      – AIS

  • Gigiò 2013

    • 91

      Veronelli

  • Gigiò 2012

    • "There's a very pretty cabernet sauvignon character to this red with flower and chili undertones. Full body, firm tannins and a bright and pretty finish. Tangy and vibrant. Tight now but shows wonderful potential. A blend of 90% sangiovese and 10% teroldego. Better in 2017."

      – James Suckling

  • Gigiò 2012

    • "An unusual blend of Sangiovese and Teroldego, the 2012 Gigiò is also one of the most intriguing wines I tasted in Tuscany this year. Dark stone fruits, graphite and smoke are all given an extra kick of energy and delineation as this explosive red shows off its distinctive personality. The 2012 spent 18 months in French oak barrels."

      – Antonio Galloni

  • Pinko Pallino 2014

    • "(95% Sangiovese and 5% Teroldego): Bright pink. Intense, enticing aromas of strawberry, orchard fruits and orange. Dense, tactile and juicy, with clean flavors of red berries and herbs that linger nicely on the back end. Absolutely delicious. "

      – Ian D'Agata

  • Gigino 2013

    • "Lively and bright red with plum and chocolate character. Medium to light body, fine tannins and a tangy, crisp finish. Delicious now. Why wait? Pure sangiovese."

      – James Suckling

  • Gigino 2013

    • 90

      Veronelli

  • Gigetto 2013

    • "A rich and spicy wine with lots of ripe fruit giving cherry and berry character verging on jammy yet it's fruity and delicious, showing round tannins and a clean finish. A small, single-vineyard wine made on the hillsides overlooking Florence. 90% sangiovese and 10% teroldego. Drink or hold."

      – James Suckling