Casadei Petit Verdot 2010
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Located in the southern part of the DOC Val di Cornia, at an altitude of just over 50 meters, the estate is located in an area of low hills, sheltered by mountains to the North East. The natural vegetation is typically Mediterranean, with a prevalence of cork oaks, strawberry trees and pines.
A unique area, capable of producing precious wines, the result of international grapes can express the aromas and the charm of the Mediterranean environment of the zones.
Stefano Casadei, owner of the estate, shares with his brother Andrew and his wife Anna Baj Macario a path of field experience, passion and intuitions, but also of tradition and love of the land, from which derive all the necessary requirements to the diffusion of an enology quality. With his primary studies in agricultural disciplines, the thirty-year service activities alongside manufacturers and consultants of the most important international and specialized courses in enology and viticulture followed at the University of Bordeaux and Montpellier, he developed a significant expertise in analytical control and wine quality. This is how three ambitious projects, sharing the same philosophy, with the quality and the local tradition:
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