Wines and Cellars
Borgo Tre Rose is the perfect destination for those wanting to learn more about Tuscany’s wines and wine cellars.
Located inside the Tre Rose Estate, it stands out for its production of the Nobile di Montepulciano wine, which is produced with the grapes of autochthonous grape varieties, and is aged in large oak casks and in barrels.
It is a wine that has won international prizes and awards with the Simposio label (pure Sangiovese only obtained from long-standing vines) and with La Villa, which combines Sangiovese with 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.
In addition to the traditional local wines such as Vinsanto, new experiments have also been carried out on the Tre Rose Estate such as the introduction of the Viognier grape variety, originally from the banks of the Rodano river.
In its pure form it is used to make Tuscan IGT (typical geographical indication) Busillis. Pure Chardonnay is also used to make IGT Renaio here.
A wine tour on a new flavour route
The Tre Rose Estate is part of the Tenimenti Angelini estates, a collection of three historical Tuscan wine cellars. Visiting the other sister estates offers the chance for a memorable tour that takes in the most beautiful places and flavours in Tuscany.
At the Fattoria San Leonino farm estate at Castellina in Chianti set on Sienna’s hills, the star of the show is the Chianti Classico in its most traditional form, as well as surprising and innovative variations on the theme.
The local Extra Virgin olives are hand-picked and cold-pressed, offering another fascinating opportunity for a tasting session.
The Val di Suga Estate, set on the hill of Montalcino, produces a Rosso (Red) and Brunello di Montalcino DOCG (controlled and warranted designation of origin).
The strategic position of the estate, with vineyards on three different sides of the hill, makes it possible to obtain different Crus of Brunello, each with its own specific and well-defined personality.
Each year, we have the pleasure of seeing our wines once again listed in the most prestigious specialist wine guides and magazines both in Italy and worldwide, such as Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, Decanter and the Slow Wine guide.
Accordingly, in the last 4 years we have received the highest vote in the Gambero Rosso guide, the much sought-after Three Glasses, and four times now we have received the Five Bunches grade from the Italian Sommelier Association.
Not that we wish to boast; we just want to give enthusiasts of great Tuscan wines the guarantee that they are dealing with people that share their very same passion.