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A lively Tuscan red wine that smells of plums, dark cherries, sage, thyme, and figs. On the palate, freshness, fine tannins, round, soft, balanced. A straightforward wine suitable for both beginners and advanced wine enthusiasts.

Grape variety: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, ColorinoQuality: Rosso Toscano Indicazione Geografica TipicaOverall production: 12000 BottlesAlcohol: 13,5 %vol.Serving temperature: Tempered at 15 °C in summer, and at 18 °C in the cooler seasons.

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This wine stands between the poles of dependability and an uncomplicated nature as a faithful comrade, like the mastiff, who in addition to its power is also known for its gentle, approachable character: it thus symbolises a classic Tuscan red wine, a Sangiovese, with a delightfully agreeable and uncomplicated nature.


Alano can be enjoyed with any meal and during any season. Whether pizza, pasta, or meat dishes – with its pleasant, fresh-fruity character, this Sangiovese is always a hit and tastes refreshing like a summer evening. Not least because, for Count Toggenburg, it is a wine that remains, in the best sense, simple. Its bright, lively ruby red is now also expressed on the new label.


This Sangiovese Cuvee grows on the cool hillsides of the Vigna della Casa, Vigna del Virginio and Vigno del Cipresso vineyards, with widely different orientations and a wide variety of soils. The grapes are harvested by hand and carefully laid in. Fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature with pure-culture yeasts in steel and concrete tanks. Malolactic acid conversion occurs partly during fermentation or immediately thereafter. This red wine is further improved by a short spell of some three months spent in barrique and tonneau-type casks.

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