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MARCHESI ANTINORI, SOLAIA

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Solaia 2017 je intenzivna, duboke rubin crvene boje. Impresivno na nos s intenzivnim notama tamnog, zrelog voća s mirisima kupina, crnog ribiza s balzamičnim primjesima svježe metvice i mirte. Njegov buket upotpunjuju profinjeni začinski mirisi bijelog papra, preprženog cimeta i kakaa u prahu. Nepce mu je bogato i ispunjava usta, mekani, baršunasti, živahni tanini daju dugotrajan završetak i postojani aftertaste, gdje se tostirane note ponovno pojavljuju i naglašavaju završetak. Berba 2017. pamtit će se po neobičnim vremenskim uvjetima, obilježenim nižim prinosima i relativno suhim klimatskim trendovima. U tako neobičnim berbama, kao što je ova, iskustvo i temeljito razumijevanje vinograda igraju još važniju ulogu. Bogat, intenzivan i ispunjava usta, čuva eleganciju i ravnotežu koje su oduvijek definirale Solainin jedinstveni stil.

Solaia 2017 is an intense, deep ruby red color. Its nose is impressive with intense notes of dark, ripe fruit with scents of blackberries, black currants with balsamic hints of fresh mint and myrtle. Its bouquet is completed by refined spicy aromas of white pepper, toasted cinnamon and cocoa powder. Its palate is rich and mouth-filling; soft, velvety, vibrant tannins impart a lengthy finish and persistent aftertaste where toasty notes reappear and accent the finish. The 2017 vintage will be remembered for its unusual weather conditions, marked by lower yields and relatively dry climate trends.  In vintages as peculiar as this one, experience and a thorough understanding of the vineyard play an even more important role.  If the 2016 vintage is timid and introverted, Solaia 2017 expresses right away its outgoing personality. Rich, intense and mouth-filling it preserves the elegance and balance that have always defined Solaia’s unique style.

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REGIJA / REGION

REGIJA / REGION

Toskana se smjestila u središnjoj Italiji, poznata je po bogatoj povijesti, tradiciji, umjetnosti i prekrasnom krajoliku. Regija se sastoji od pokrajina Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa-Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato, Siena i Firenca koja je ujedno i glavni grad regije. Ono što obilježava krajolik Toskane su prekrasni brežuljci, vinogradi, planine, čempresi, lavande i masline. Toskana je poznata po brojnim dvorcima, palačama, parkovima i vrtovima.

Toskana je jedna od najstarijih i najpoznatijih vinorodnih regija Italije čija tradicija seže još u doba Rimskog carstva. Osim što očarava ljepotom bogatog krajolika, najveći pogled plijeni svojim prekrasnim vinskim podrumima i vinogradima. Najpoznatija vina Toskane su Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino i Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Chianti vina su najslavnija vina Toskane. To su suha vina te variraju od lakšeg do punog tijela. Proizvode se od sorte Sangiovese uz mali dodatak Caniola i Trebbiana Toscano. Vina imaju poseban voćni karakter te mirisom podsjećaju na ljubičice i trešnje, a okusom na višnje. Brunello di Montalcino je jako cijenjeno crno vino iz grada Montalcina. Rađeno je od sorte Sangiovese. Brunello je vino moćnog tijela, duboke boje i izraženih tanina. Vino ima odličan potencijal starenja.

Više od 80% proizvodnje u Toskani čine crna vina, po kojima je postala slavna, a glavna sorta je Sangiovese. Sorta vinove loze Sangiovese je jedna od najcjenjenijih i najrasprostranjenijih kultivara Italije, a najbolje uspjeva u Toskani. Toskana je slavu stekla upravo zahvaljujući ovoj sorti, iako je sortiment izuzetno širok. Od bijelih sorti najčešća je Trebbiano, a slijede MalvasiaVermentino Vernaccia. Toskana je osim po kulturi i enologiji poznata i po gastronomiji. Neke od najpoznatijih su maslinovo ulje, sladoled, sirevi riccota, pecorino, ovčji sirevi različite starosti, sušene rajčice te vrganji i tartufi.

Located in central Italy, Tuscany is known for its rich history, tradition, art and beautiful landscape. The region consists of the provinces of Arezzo, Grosseto, Livorno, Lucca, Massa-Carrara, Pisa, Pistoia, Prato, Siena and Florence, which is also the capital of the region. What characterizes the landscape of Tuscany are the beautiful hills, vineyards, mountains, cypresses, lavender and olive trees. Tuscany is known for its many castles, palaces, parks and gardens.

Tuscany is one of the oldest and most famous wine-growing regions of Italy, whose tradition dates back to the Roman Empire. In addition to enchanting with the beauty of the rich landscape, the greatest view captivates with its beautiful wine cellars and vineyards. The most famous Tuscan wines are Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano.

Chianti wines are the most famous wines of Tuscany. These are dry wines and range from lighter to full-bodied. They are produced from the Sangiovese variety with a small addition of Caniola and Trebbiana Toscano. The wines have a special fruity character and the aroma is reminiscent of violets and cherries, and the taste of cherries. Brunello di Montalcino is a highly prized red wine from the city of Montalcino. It was made from the Sangiovese variety. Brunello is a wine with a powerful body, deep color and pronounced tannins. Wine has excellent aging potential.

More than 80% of the production in Tuscany is made up of red wines, for which it became famous, and the main variety is Sangiovese. The Sangiovese grape variety is one of the most prized and widespread cultivars in Italy, and thrives best in Tuscany. Tuscany gained fame thanks to this variety, although the assortment is extremely wide. Of the white varieties, Trebbiano is the most common, followed by Malvasia, Vermentino and Vernaccia. Apart from culture and oenology, Tuscany is also known for its gastronomy. Some of the most famous are olive oil, ice cream, riccota cheeses, pecorino, sheep cheeses of different ages, dried tomatoes, and porcini mushrooms and truffles.

O VINARIJI / ABOUT THE WINERY

O VINARIJI / ABOUT THE WINERY

Obitelj Antinori predana je vinarskoj umjetnosti više od šest stoljeća od 1385. godine, kada je Giovanni di Piero Antinori postao članom “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”, Firentinskog ceha vinara. Tijekom 26 generacija obitelj Antinori osobno je vodila posao, donoseći inovativne i ponekad hrabre odluke, pridržavajući se krajnjeg poštivanja tradicije i okoliša. Svaka berba, svaka parcela zemljišta, svaka nova ideja koju treba unaprijediti novi je početak, nova težnja za postizanjem viših standarda kvalitete Kao što Marchese Piero voli reći: „Drevni obiteljski korijeni igraju važnu ulogu u našoj filozofiji, ali nikada nisu ometali naš inovativni duh. ”

Povijesna baština obitelji nalazi se na njihovim imanjima u Toskani i Umbriji. Međutim, tijekom godina investirali su u mnoga druga područja, kako u Italiji, tako i u inozemstvu. Ovim pothvatima Antinori je postao poznat po proizvodnji visokokvalitetnog vina i otvaranju novih prilika za cijenjenje i razvoj jedinstvenih novih terroira s velikim vinarskim potencijalom.Danas je Albiera Antinori predsjednica Marchesi Antinori uz kontinuiranu blisku podršku svoje dvije sestre, Allegre i Alessie, koje su sve aktivno sudjelovale u prvom licu u poslu. Njihov otac, Marchese Piero Antinori, trenutačni je počasni predsjednik tvrtke. Tradicija, strast i intuicija tri su pokretačke snage koje su dovele Marchesi Antinori da se etablira kao jedan od najvažnijih vinara elitnog talijanskog vina.

Imanje Tenuta Tignanello smješteno je u srcu Chianti Classica, na blago valjanim padinama između dolina rijeka Greve i Pesa. Prostire se na površini od 319 hektara (788 hektara), od čega je 130 (321 hektara) posvećeno vinovoj lozi. Dva cijenjena vinogorja posjeda nalaze se na istoj padini, Tignanello i Solaia, na tlima koja potječu iz morskog lapora iz razdoblja pliocena bogatih vapnencima i škriljevcima. Loza uživa u vrućim temperaturama tijekom dana i hladnijim večerima tijekom cijele vegetacije. Od ovih vinograda proizvode se dva vina Antinori, Solaia i Tignanello, a međunarodni ih je tisak definirao kao “među najutjecajnijim vinima u povijesti talijanskog vinogradarstva”. Prema Marchesi Antinori, Solaia i Tignanello stalni su izazov i stalna strast. Imanje Tignanello ima vinograde autohtonog grožđa Sangiovese, kao i neke druge netradicionalne sorte kao što je Cabernet Franc.

Najsunčaniji dio obronka Tignanello dom je vinograda Solaia. Najbolje grožđe iz najboljeg vinograda. Sve ostalo je strast, najveća briga i istraživanje. To su tajne Solaie, zajedno s najfinijim grožđem Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc i Sangiovese iz istoimenog vinograda. Solaia je vinograd od 50 hektara (20 hektara) s jugozapadnom izloženošću smještenom na nadmorskoj visini između 350 i 400 metara nadmorske visine i s kamenitim tlom od albereza (tvrdog vapnenca) i „galestra“ ( pahuljasta vapnenasta glina) stijena. Obitelj Antinori ovo je vino prvi put proizvela 1978. godine, a početna mješavina bila je 80% cabernet sauvignona i 20% cabernet franca, formula ponovljena i 1979. godine. Sljedećih godina uvedeno je 20% Sangiovesea, a izvršene su i određene prilagodbe u odnosu između Cabernet Sauvignona i Cabernet Franca dok se trenutna mješavina nije riješila. Solaia se proizvodi samo u iznimnim berbama, a nije proizvedena 1980., 1981., 1983., 1984. i 1992. godine.

The Antinori family has been committed to the art of winemaking for over six centuries since 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri,” the Florentine Winemakers’ Guild. For 26 generations, the Antinori family has personally managed the business, making innovative and sometimes bold decisions while upholding the utmost respect for traditions and the environment. Each vintage, each plot of land, each new idea to be advanced is a new beginning, a new pursuit for achieving higher quality standards. As Marchese Piero loves to say: “Ancient family roots play an important part in our philosophy but they have never hindered our innovative spirit.”

The family’s historical heritage lies in their estates in Tuscany and Umbria. However, over the years they have invested in many other areas, both in Italy and abroad. With these ventures, Antinori has become well-known for producing high-quality wine and opening up new opportunities to appreciate and develop unique new terroirs with great winemaking potential. Today, Albiera Antinori is the president of Marchesi Antinori with the continuous close support of her two sisters, Allegra and Alessia, all actively involved in first person in the business. Their father, Marchese Piero Antinori, is the current Honorary President of the company. Tradition, passion, and intuition are the three driving forces that led Marchesi Antinori to establish itself as one of the most important winemakers of elite Italian wine.

The Tenuta Tignanello estate is in the heart of Chianti Classico, in the gently rolling hillsides between the Greve and Pesa river valleys. It extends over an area of 319 hectares (788 acres), of which 130 (321 acres) are dedicated to vines. Two of the estate’s prized vineyards are on the same hillside, Tignanello and Solaia, on soils that originated from marine marlstone from the Pliocene period rich in limestone and schist. The vines enjoy hot temperatures during the day and cooler evenings throughout the growing season. The estate’s two signature wines, Solaia and Tignanello, are produced from these vineyards and have been defined by the international press as “among the most influential wines in the history of Italian viticulture”. According to Marchesi Antinori, Solaia and Tignanello are an ongoing challenge and a never-ending passion. The Tignanello estate has vineyards of indigenous Sangiovese grapes as well as some other untraditional varieties such as Cabernet Franc.

The sunniest part of the Tignanello’s hillside is home to the Solaia vineyard. The very best grapes from the very best vineyard. All the rest is passion, the utmost care and research. These are the secrets of Solaia together with the finest Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Sangiovese grapes from its namesake vineyard. Solaia is a 50 acre (20 hectare) vineyard with a southwestern exposure located at an altitude between 1150 and 1325 feet (350-400 meters) above sea level and with a stony soil of “alberese” (hard limestone) and “galestro” (flaky calcareous clay) rock. The Antinori family produced this wine for the first time in the year 1978, and the initial blend was 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 20% Cabernet Franc, a formula repeated in 1979 as well. In the following years, 20% of Sangiovese was introduced and certain adjustments were also made in the rapport between Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc until the current blend was settled upon. Solaia is produced only in exceptional vintage, and was not produced in 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, and 1992.