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38 Vintages of Tuscan history

Tuscan Vineyards
Tuscan Vineyards

This selection of Tignanello, Sassicaia, Masseto, Ornellaia, and Solaia is hand-selected: only bottles in perfect condition from a single excellent restaurant cellar and mostly available by the bottle.

We expect strong demand for these wines and, whilst we may offer further tranches of stock, this is the the extent of the pristine stock of Super Tuscans from this source.

If you are willing to accept stock in less than perfect cosmetic condition or we have sold out of the vintage that you are looking for, then please do get in touch anyway and we may well be able to obtain it.

If we are listing the wines in cases and you wish to purchase either less than a case; or we are listing the wine by the bottle and you would like a full case with original packaging, please call us on 020 8191 9671 or email us at sales@nemowine.com.

2001 Tignanello bottle, magnum and double magnum
2001 Tignanello

2008 Sassicaia Case
Sassicaia Case 2008

21 vintages of Sassicaia
from 1979

19791981198219891990
19921993199419971999
20002001200220032005
20062007200820132015,
and 2017.

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Masseto Selection
Masseto Selection

16 vintages of Masseto
from 1994

199419951995 (Magnum),
19961997199819992007,
20082009201020112012,
201320142015,
and 2016.

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Tenuta Dell' Ornellaia Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC
Tenuta Dell’ Ornellaia Ornellaia Bolgheri DOC

14 vintages of Ornellaia
from 1989

1989199019981999
20052008 (Magnum)
2009 (Magnum)2010
2011201220132014
2015,
and 2017 (Magnum)

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Marchesi Antinori Solaia Toscana IGT
Marchesi Antinori Solaia Toscana IGT

14 vintages of Solaia
from 1985

1985198619871988
1988 (Magnum)1989
199319941997
1998 (Dbl magnum)1999
200020012002,
and 2004

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All stock is UK duty and VAT paid.

Whilst some of the wines listed are immediately available, much of the stock is available on a lead-time of 4-6 weeks.

The information on this page was correct at the time of publishing on 30th October 2020.

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