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Querciabella Camartina Toscana Rosso 2004

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140.000 JD
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140.000 JD
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Giuseppe (Pepito) Castiglioni, an industrial entrepreneur and lifelong wine lover bought a single hectare of a vineyard on a Tuscan hillside and set about creating an estate that now spans the breadth of the region. The name Querciabella means "Beautiful Oaks" as the vineyards in Ruffoli and Radda are surrounded by wonderful oak trees.  Querciabella’s commitment to creating extraordinary wines, without causing harm or disrupting the delicate balance of nature, will not waiver. It is this commitment that makes their wines as lively and beautiful as their land, and it is how they will continue to innovate and to inspire for decades to come. But the real secret is in the soil, the very same from which grow the mightiest of oaks.

Tasting Notes

Undoubtedly the star of the show, this wine bears all the hallmarks of a beautiful, intense Tuscan Cabernet. Showy and rounded with a wild, spicy, and concentrated texture. There are hints of smoke and tar beneath the dense, sweet core of fruit and exotic spice. The finish is long, rich, and impressive. At nearly a decade old, this is a stunning wine that will give pleasure for at least another ten years to come. 

Food Pairing

Querciabella original Super Tuscan demands a dish with substantial weight. While serious and structured, there is a finesse to Camartina that brings out an enormous array of nuanced flavours, spices and textures in dishes. There’s a variety of dishes you can play around with. We like Camartina with a side of Moroccan Roasted Vegetable Tagine with Chickpeas and Mint Pistachio Pesto or some sophisticated taste like Oyster and Trumpet Mushroom Coq au Vin with Roasted and Root Vegetables over Thyme-Scented Polenta.

Grape Variety

Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon

Country & Region

Italy, Tuscany



    Querciabella Camartina Toscana Rosso 2004