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Morellino di Scansano DOCG "Plicius" Mocali

  • Region: Toscana
  • Type: Still Red Wine
  • Proof: 13,5/14%
  • Wine Variety: Sangiovese (of which a good percentage Sangiovese Grosso) 80%, Malvasia Nera 15%, Alicante 5%.
  • Place of production, aging, service temperature: Produced in the vineyards owned by the small village of Montiano, south of Scansano in Maremma. Aged for 10 months in 350-liter French Oak Tonneaux. Service temperature 18/20 degrees.
  • Uniqueness: It is the Maremma wine par excellence. It comes from lands near the sea, once swampy and today reclaimed. Morellino Plicius is bottled in Montalcino where the owner of the cellars produces a magnificent Brunello di Montalcino.
€ 13.60
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Recovery of the swamp Maremma
Historical notes

Cultivated in reclaimed land

It is an ancient wine with certainly Etruscan origins. It develops with the evolution of the great Tuscan vine varieties, starting from Sangiovese and the many others that have characterized the oenological history of this land. It has make progress exponentially over the last forty years with the consolidation and definitive reclamation of the Maremma soils that have become more and more luxuriant. This evolution also derives from the development of the great wines of Bolgheri that have cleared the production of wines produced near the sea.

Native stories

"On The Road"

Holiday on the road in the US with the idea of arriving in Mexico. You start your long journey considering an important stop in Texas. In Austin, you call your Italian friend who lives there. Excited, he invites you to a barbecue in his garden. You discover that the king of the barbecue is a fantastic Brisket and for the occasion you decide to buy Italian wine. You decide to take a dozen bottles of Morellino di Scansano. Your gift will make your Sunday special and will make you feel ambassadors of Italian excellence in the world.

The Territory


In the south of the Tuscan Maremma area, particularly in the town of Scansano.

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