Villa Collazzi is one of the most impressive estates in all of Tuscany. This architectural landmark was originally designed by Michelangelo in 1560 for his friend, Agostino Dini. It offers commanding views of the surrounding countryside. I Collazzi is a property of the Marchi brothers, Carlo and Bona. During the last decade, the Marchi brothers invested heavily in the development of Collazzi’s farming business, renewing the vineyards and restructuring the cellar, with the goal of producing excellent wines.
Magnificent ruby red colour with dark hues. On the nose, notes of cherries, dark spices, combined with aromas of small red fruits and spices. Tasty, mineral, and complex on the palate, with a gentle, captivating tannic structure.
Italy's third most planted variety, that perhaps gets overlooked especially given the other red wines found in Piedmont. This delicious Barbera is soft and elegant, with bright cherry flavours, and is a wine that is both lovely to drink and unoaked.