Campo di Sasso Distribuzioni wines

27 August, 2008
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Insoglio del Cinghiale ("place of the wild boar") 2006 is a blend of 30 per cent Syrah, 25 per cent Merlot, 25 per cent Cabernet Franc, 15 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon and 5 per cent Petit Verdot

Il Pino di Biserno ("pine trees of Biserno") 2005 is: 35 per cent Cabernet Franc 30 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon, 30 per cent Merlot and 15 per cent Petit Verdot.

Biserno, the estate's flagship wine-to-be, is currently still in barrel and should be available by spring 2009)

Mount Nelson, a classic Sauvignon Blanc from the Lodovico Antinori's 13 h a estate in the Wairau Valley - in Marlborough on New Zealand's South Island

Ram's Hill is the premium wine from the estate, which has been fermented in three to four- year old oak barrels.

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