Badia Di Morrona


Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2019

Badia a Coltibuono, or "The Abbey of good harvest," lies in the heart of the Chianti Classico area, between Florence and Siena. The Abbey is approximately 2000 years old. Blend of 90% Sangiovese; 10% Colorino, Canaiolo, & Ciliegiolo. Deep Ruby. aromas of black fruit and earthy spice nose. On the palate flavors of blackberry and cherry with savory tannins, good balance, black pepper and cacao notes. Medium finish ending with earthy mineral notes. Good now, very short term aging benefit. — 23 days ago

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Badia di Morrona

Taneto Toscana Rosso Merlot Blend

2016 - Deep and delicious — 4 months ago

Badia Corti

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

Getrunken mit Markus zu Hause. Gekauft bei Edeka im Angebot für 3,99 € #
Trocken, gut trinkbar.
— 5 months ago

Badia a Coltibuono

Vin Santo del Chianti Classico Trebbiano-Malvasia Blend 2012

Badia a Coltibuono Vin Santo Del Chianti Classico DOC 2012: Full-bodied. High acidity. High alcohol. Beautiful amber orange in color. Tasting notes of apricot, honey, caramel & raisin. Long sweet finish. Consisting of carefully selected & dried Trebbiano & Malvasia grapes, this vin santo was aged in small oak casks for 8 years, hence producing a delectable & balanced sweet rich taste. For me, this was the perfect way to end the evening. Great day to all! Cheers🍷 — 4 months ago

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Badia a Coltibuono Vin Santo del Chianti Classico

Wonderful entrée into vin santo, rich and concentrated but still light, vibrant, and etherial, macadamia, chestnut, carmel, maple syrup, fresh fruit. — 10 months ago


Riserva Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2017

A memory from Italy. So good. Thanks emanuela! Green peppery, so good. — 17 days ago

Badia di Morrona

Taneto Toscana Merlot Sangiovese

70% syrah, 15% Merlot, 15% Sangiovese. — 3 months ago

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Borgo Badia

Barbaresco Nebbiolo 2016

This is precise and nicely done for a bargain-priced Barbaresco. Nose, with air, shows very pure dark cherry fruit, a bit of rose petal, smoky crushed rock and gravel, and some spice notes. It’s concentrated, chiseled, and fairly full in the mouth. Loads of dried cherry and stone flavors. Significant but soft tannin, and good acids. Enjoyable now but will likely get better over the next several years. — 5 months ago

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Tom Casagrande

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@Daniel Bloom - I did some investigation. The back label uses an alphanumeric code (which the Italian government assigns each winery) for the winery that bottled it: CN 9568. That is the same code that appears on Garagiste’s “Ca’ Rozzeria” private label for Barolo and Barbaresco offerings. Those offerings in the past have borne a cork stamped with the Icardi winery logo. So I’m betting “BorgoBadia” is a second or alternative label of Icardi.
Andrew Holod

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Nice sleuthing, Tom. I've enjoyed a number of the Ca'Rozzeria Piedmont offers, though I would generally recognize them to be delicate and not particularly perfumed.