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Castello del Terriccio Con Vento Bianco 2020

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Tasting Notes
Con Vento is an Italian sauvignon blanc, and this expression veers heavily toward the more floral elements of the wine. Notes of white flowers and a brisk mineral note lead to a bold element of sultry, earthy clover honey. Well balanced between its various elements, it finishes with a lively pop of peaches.

About Castello del Terriccio
In this hilly territory, viticulture dates back to the times of the Etruscans , who between 800 and 500 BC dominated this stretch of Tuscany and mainly dedicating themselves to mining, but it is to the Middle Ages that the ruins of the castle of Doglia, called del Terriccio, take us back to. Strategically positioned on top of the hills, it had the function of being a signaling and protection tower for the people who lived in the valleys and who, upon sighting of the Saracen sails, flocked there to find refuge.
In the 1980s, during the break-up of the soil to plant the first vineyards of Lupicaia, a relic depicting the Etruscan sun was found in the ground and from that moment on it has been used as a company logo.
The Castello of Terriccio therefore has a thousand-year long history. Between the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the bishop of Pisa, nephew of Pope Boniface VIII, granted the estate in emphyteusis to the Gaetani counts, in the name of the Roman Church. At the end of the eighteenth century, that branch of the Gaetani family was left without heirs and the Terriccio was bought by the Poniatowski princes, emigrated from Poland, who then owned the property until the first half of the twentieth century. The Poniatowskis transformed the fortified reality of the castle into an agricultural estate: hence the construction of the farm to organize the production of wheat, olives and grapes, the construction of the cellar and other buildings and farmhouses.
The modern history of Terriccio begins in the first half of the 1900s, when the estate was acquired by the Marquises Serafini Ferri, which is the family of the current owner. With the important land improvement interventions carried out in the 1920s, the Serafini Ferri family brought the company and the estate to a state very close to the current one. Until the 1970s, the estate was divided between 63 sharecropping families who live in the village of Terriccio and was so famous for its production of cereals that it conquered the European record for the corn production in its second harvest.
It is to Gian Annibale Rossi di Medelana (1942-2019) that Castello del Terriccio owes its worldwide notoriety of being a winery dedicated to the production of very high-quality wines. After inheriting the company in 1975, he decided to find it anew, dedicating it to being a place of research for excellence in vineyards and wines, while keeping the ancient character intact and defending a territorial heritage of great value and extraordinary beauty.
Today the ownership has passed onto Vittorio Piozzo di Rosignano Rossi di Medelana , the only nephew of the cavalier Gian Annibale. Also descended from noble families with large landholdings in the country that date back to past centuries, Vittorio Piozzo di Rosignano has left behind his career in finance to devote himself to the management of the family’s agricultural activities and now to the direct administration of Castello del Terriccio.

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Title to, and ownership of, all alcoholic beverages passes from a Licensee to the purchaser at the licensed retail premises or warehouse and state it is purchased in and the purchaser takes all responsibility for shipping it from the licensed retail premises or warehouse to his/her home state. By arranging for transportation of the alcoholic beverages, the retailer is providing a service to and acting on behalf of the purchaser. By utilizing this service, the purchaser is representing that he/she is acting in a fashion compliant with his/her local and state laws regarding the purchase, transportation, and delivery of alcoholic beverages. The purchaser represents that he/she has obtained any required permission, paid any required fees, is working through properly licensed intermediaries where required, is legally entitled to take possession of alcoholic beverages, and is legally entitled to take quantities ordered and once again authorizes that he/she is 21 years of age.

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Flat Rate shipping for $35 for all purchases under $500. For any order over $500, we offer free shipping.

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Generally, we do not ship internationally, as some countries have restrictions on wine/sake shipping. Please send an email to before purchasing. In all cases, local taxes and shipping will be paid by the purchaser.

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For successful delivery of your wine or sake on the initial try, we highly advise selecting an address where an individual aged at least 21 is present to sign for the package. Legally, wine cannot be left without such a signature. Unfortunately, we are unable to refund shipping fees for packages returned due to the absence of an adult for signing. Shipments cannot be sent to APOs, FPOs, or P.O. boxes. Additionally, deliveries will not be made to individuals deemed intoxicated by the driver.

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