The Selva d'Oro di San Gimignano should preferably be drunk fresh from the vintage, although the wine can be aged well in the bottle for 2 or 3 years from the harvest. It has a pale yellow straw color; a slightly aromatic scent, with a hint of green apple; the taste is intense, fruity, dry, clean and soft.
The serving temperature is 810 ° C and it is suggested to combine the Bianco Toscano IGT of Casale Falchini with appetizers, vegetables, first and second courses based on fish or shellfish, whether fried, grilled or boiled; it is an excellent choice also as an aperitif.The recommended glass is the white wine glass.
Casale Falchini wanted to make Benozzo Gozzoli a product with attention to every detail in fact, the San Gimignano vineyard takes the utmost care in the cultivation, harvesting and processing of Vernaccia grapes as well as the final presentation of the bottles, for which a particular label was chosen.
The label refers to an ancient fresco, created by the preRenaissance painter Benozzo Gozzoli, entitled "L'Ebbrezza di Noè" an image that stands out at a glance and which we hope will add to your enjoyment and appreciation of one of our flagship white wines.
The Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG Benozzo Gozzoli wine made at Casale Falchini is a modern Vernaccia di San Gimignano the poet Michelangelo Buonarroti in "Aione" described this taste as something that "kisses, bites, licks and stings" the character of this white wine made from the grapes of Vernaccia is in fact typical for its great finesse and its good structure.
The Vigna a Solatìo, made with Vernaccia DOCG grapes from San Gimignano, should be drunk preferably young and fresh from the vineyard, but can also be aged for 23 years in the bottle.
The main characteristics of this Vernaccia di Casale Falchini are the yellow straw color, a scent with the light aroma of green apple and jasmine flowers, the fresh, balanced, fruity, graceful and elegant taste, with a pleasant finish. The ideal temperature to serve it is 810 ° C.
Its taste is ideal to combine with appetizers, first courses, white meats, fish, soups or large roasted fish and shellfish, but it is also an excellent choice as an aperitif.
Ab Vinea Doni, from the Latin "Doni dal vigna", comes from a handpicked selection collected in the vineyards of San Gimignano
the wine is made with Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG and a small percentage of Chardonnay grapes.
Fermentation and aging take place in small 225l French oak barrels for approximately 4 or 5 months; once bottled,
Ab Vinea Doni completes its refinement for another 4 months before leaving the Casale Falchini cellar.
The character of the wine is emphasized by the long contact with oak wood, enhancing its fragrance and softness;
it is an elegant and longlived wine.
The Ab Vinea Doni wine from Casale Falchini keeps well in the bottle, so it can also be served 5 years after the harvest.
The wine, obtained from Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG and from small doses of Chardonnay, has a deep and bright yellow straw color; the aroma is fine, with notes of vanilla, tropical fruit and sweet spices; the taste is dry and soft, with hints of acacia and almond honey.
By hand picking the Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG grapes from the Vigna a Solatìo in Casale San GImignano, this Falchini wine is made up of a careful selection of the best grapes, fermented and aged in small 225l oak barrels for approximately 8 to 10 months.
Once bottled, the Vernaccia di San Gimignano Vigna di Solatìo Riserva completes its refinement for a minimum of 6 to 8 months before leaving the cellar.
The Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG Vigna a Solatìo Riserva produced by Falchini is a very structure wine that can age well in the bottle for a least 5 to 8 years from the vintage.
The color is a straw yellow with golden yellow highlights that get warmer with aging. The aroma is slightly aromatic, with hints of light spices, saffron, tropical fruits, peaches, and yellow apples, while the taste is intense, dry, fruity, with a clean and soft finish.
The Mora di Selva is a Rosso Toscano IGT produced mainly with Sangiovese grapes grown in the vineyards of the hills around San Gimignano. The wine, after a brief passage in steel vats, starts aging in the bottle and then leaves the Casale Falchini cellar.
The Mora di Selva is distinguished from other reds of the province of Siena by an intense ruby color and a clear scent of wild blackberry; when decanted it expresses in the best way its characteristics of Sangiovese Toscano.
Rosso Toscano IGT Mora di Selva, produced by Casale Falchini in San Gimignano, can be left to age in the bottle for over 5 years from harvest.
The color is a deep ruby red and its scent has a distinct hint of wild blackberries; the taste is warm, intense, dry and velvety.
To be served at 18 ° C in a typical wide red wine glass, it goes well with Tuscan appetizers, pasta dishes, roasts and grilled meats, pizzas or focaccia.
The Historic Label 1968 is produced from Sangiovese grapes to which we add small percentages of other red grapes cultivated in our vineyards in San Gimignano the result is a smooth, easy drinking wine that has delighted our customers since 1968.
The experience and care employed at the winery have made it a reference point in the area; this red is a clear example of the quality of the work done in the vineyards and cellars.
The predominance of the Sangiovese characterizes our Historic Label 1968 Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG, resulting in a harmonious wine, with a dark forest berry flavor, velvety, and a pleasent structure, making it a very easy wine to pair with tuscan food.
The Historic Label 1968 is a wine produced in San Gimignano from Casale Falchini and is an excellent example of Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG it is characterized by its bright ruby red color, its rich taste of berries, that feels warm, intense, dry and velvety.
This particular Chianti from the Colli Senesi DOCG comes mainly from the Colombaia vineyard, hence the name Titolato di Colombaia a red wine born from the assembly of Sangiovese grapes with a small percentage of Merlot, Canaiolo and other red berried grapes.
The wine, produced in San Gimignano in the Casale di Falchini, makes a brief passage in oak barrels, to then be aged in the bottle for a few months the result is a harmonious, fruity red with good structure.
Casale Falchini's Titolato Colombaia is a Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG that can be aged in the bottle for over 5 years.
It has a deep ruby red color, the clear scent of blackberries and red berries, and a warm, intense, dry and velvety taste.
It can be served after decanting at 18° C; it pairs perfectly with savory appetizers, pasta with meat, mushroom or white sauces, roasted and grilled redmeats; aged and soft cheeses.
The careful selection by hand of the grapes, the care in the use of the barrique and the respect for the characteristics
of the Sangiovese Toscano give life to an elegant, harmonious, structured, soft and velvety wine this is the
Rosso Toscano IGT Paretaio, produced by the homonymous vineyard of San Gimignano of Casale Falchini,
with handselected Sangiovese and Merlot grapes.
The wine remains for a year and a half in 225l oak barrels, and spends the same amount of time in the bottle
as it is further refined before it is offered to the market.
The Paretaio Rosso Toscano IGT produced in the province of Siena by Casale Falchini refines well in glass even for 8 or 10 years.
It stands out for its deep ruby red color, tending to garnet, as well as for its clean scent of ripe morello cherry and prune.
The Campora of Falchini comes from the Campora vineyard at Casale in San Gimignano, province of Siena;
it is a Rosso Toscano IGT produced almost entirely from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes harvested with care.
Once fermented, it passes into small French oak barrels to age for about 2 or more years, gaining thickness, structure and elegance.
It rests in the bottle in our cellars for the same amount of time, becoming a wine of great harmony,
elegance and considerable complexity with an extraordinary longevity.
The Campora, Rosso Toscano IGT produced in
San Gimignano by Casale Falchini, is a wine suitable
also for long aging, around 15 or 20 years.
Among the organoleptic characteristics are an intense and deep ruby red color which stands out, an ample and yet fine perfume with notes of mature ripe blackberries, hints of vanilla and cooked plums. The flavor is intense, soft, warm, with a great complexity and harmony.