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2020 La Spinetta Il Vermentino di Casanova Toscana

Responsibly Farmed
Classic in Style

This fresh and lively wine is nuanced, wonderfully focused, and loaded with zippy acidity. This wine has an energy that gives it personality in its youth. Drink now and enjoy with friends! Produced using sustainable farming practices. Only 2,500 cases made.

Vermentino and Rolle are synonyms for the same grape variety; the former is used in Italy, the latter is used in France.

  • Tasting Notes lemon, jasmine flower, fresh herbs, and meringue
  • Region Italy, Tuscany
  • Volume 750mL
  • Alcohol Volume 13%


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When asked: “You’re Piemontese, why make wines in Tuscany?” Giorgio Rivetti laughs with a smirk.

“I needed to prove a point,” he says. “One dinner, after many glasses of wine, a great friend of mine and I had a discussion where he insisted that in Tuscany it was impossible to make great Chianti without adding other grape varietals. I strongly disagreed with him and we had a big argument. The following morning the conversation was still weighing on my mind so my brothers Bruno, Carlo and I decided to go on a road trip and see if we could find a piece of land that intrigued us and could lend way to our experiment. That was in 2000. My friend today is also convinced that you can make fantastic Chianti with 100% Sangiovese. I must remember to thank him for his idea.”

Giorgio Rivetti’s magic touch with Moscato, Barbera, Nebbiolo and more recently, Sangiovese, Colorino, Vermentino and Sangiovese Rosé has taken the wine world by storm. He produces approachable yet age-worthy wines that command the attention of wine critics and consumers alike, year-in and year-out; their lushness, concentration, aromatics and length are unrivaled.

The genius of La Spinetta encompasses a vast array of great wines, all boasting an inimitably approachable and voluptuous style. From Moscato to Nebbiolo to Sangiovese, whatever Giorgio touches turns to gold. His pioneering single-vineyard Barberas and Barbera/Nebbiolo blend “Pin” are considered to be the best of the Langhe. His Barbareschi and Baroli are at the very top of their category.