Wine "Solaia", Toscana IGT, 2000
The wine is dark ruby color.
The wine has a complex fruity taste with a fine structure, good balance, light tannins and a long finish.
The wine has a very mature aroma with hints of spice.
The wine goes well with meat dishes and cheeses.
Solayya Tuscany - one of the top wines of Antinori, first released in 1978 and belonging to the so-called elite "supertoskantsam" - wines from Bordeaux grape varieties grown in sunny Tuscany. Solaia means "sun," "warmed by the sun." The name of the drink was named after the eponymous vineyard, which is located near the town of Mercatale Val di Pesa. This wine was produced during the Italian Renaissance wine (1970-1980 years), together with oenologist Giacomo Takis. Ageing potential wine 15-20 years.
Its history dates back to the company Antinori in 1385 and today it operates a representative of the 26th generation of the family - the Marquis Piero Antinori. Largely thanks to his talent and winemaker relentless pursuit of excellence, Italian wines are among the best examples of world winemaking, and the name Antinori became a symbol of innovation and quality. Today, the company owns several Antinori wine houses in various regions of Italy, as well as vineyards in Chile, California and Hungary. The company tries to keep the originality of wines specific to each area, and their main characteristics are quality and Italian elegance. Many wine Antinori through an innovative approach and a virtuoso tea blends literally revolutionized the wine on the market, and not inferior in its properties to the best examples of Bordeaux, although it compares favorably to the past for its value. The world-renowned wine expert Robert Parker said: "Antinori, no doubt, the greatest name in Italian winemaking. During the Antinori wine tasting takes place the main thing - instilled understanding of quality wines."