Wine Poggio Verrano

Poggio Verrano - the founder of which is the hereditary winemaker Francesco Boll. Vineyards are wisely integrated into the surrounding landscape; grape varieties planted here are a thoughtful mixture of indigenous and international varieties: Sangiovese and Alicante, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. A modern and functional winery built underground and covered in vines.

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His great-grandfather founded the Boll winery in Abel, his grandfather - Alberto Boll - created the first ever Amarone wine, his father owned the Fratelli Boll winery. In 2000, Francesco Bolla decides to create his own project - the winery of Poggio Verrano in Tuscany, to create red wines that are a reflection of the beautiful terroir under the name Maremma Tuscany. For this, Francesco acquired 27 hectares of land in the Maremma region, built a winery and cellars.

The wine labels from Poggio Verrano depict an old Etruscan symbol - a triangular pendant with wings and a bust of a bird, as a tribute to the ancient culture and admiration for Etruscan civilization, which was present in Tuscany and Marrem around 500 BC. and had a strong influence on the region. Near Poggio Verrano, archaeological sites of the Etruscans were even preserved.

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Wine Poggio Verrano at a price from 1 575 rub.:

  • Available: red wines;
  • Fortress: from 14,0%

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*Alcoholic beverages presented on the website can be purchased only at a point of delivery or at a wine shop located in Moscow. Retail sales are carried out on the basis of licenses for retail sale of alcoholic beverages. We do not deliver alcoholic beverages. The prohibition on remote sale of alcoholic beverages is established by Federal Law No. 171-FZ dated November 22, 1995 and Russian Government Resolution No. 612 dated September 27, 2007.