CONTACT US
0 items
Checkout

Due to the upgrading of the Justerini & Brooks computer systems, there will be a few days where it will be necessary to deactivate the ability to both nominate delivery dates and accept payments on the website. We will continue to receive your orders and process these offline but there will be delays to both the sending of invoices and the delivery of wines while we migrate all our data to our new system. We will be operating as normal from Tuesday 6th October and invoices and wines will arrive shortly after. Thank you for your patience.

If you have any questions, please contact your account manager or email the customers services team on justbrooksorders@justerinis.com.

Specifications

Colour:

Red

Producer:

Duemani

Region:

Italy

Appellation:

Tuscany

Grape Type:

Cabernet Franc

Duemani, 2016

6x75cl £495.00

10 cases Equiv. £82.50 per bottle

Add to Basket

1x300cl £375.00

Equiv. £375.00 per bottle

Add to Basket

3x150cl £540.00

Equiv. £180.00 per bottle

Add to Basket

Tasting Note:

Deep, rich and savoury nose. Brambly cassis fruit and herb flavours on the palate with a gravelly smoky note. Married to the baritone flavours is a lovely freshness that lifts the wine and prolongs the finish. Layered but super precise and alive. A magical Duemani, as balanced and sophisticated as the 2010 but perhaps even finer and more energetic. Cabernet Franc seems to have found a new home, on the Tuscan coast. Duemani’s owners Elena Celli and Luca d’Attoma were the first to realise the potential of this grape here and produced a 100% Cabernet Franc, named after the estate. Now this trend seems to have caught on with others in the region doing the same. Biodynamically farmed. Fermented and aged for 18 months in 80 percent new oak. Rarely more than 6000 bottles are made.

Discover Italy

The general quality of Italian wine has never been better and, certainly in Piedmont, there has been a succession of great vintages, broken only by the minor blip that was the tumultuous 2002 vintage.

In the UK we seem to be gaining an increasingly insatiable thirst for modern Italian wines. ...

Related Blog Articles