This wine combines the Sangiovese and Canaiolo grape varieties. The Canaiolo grape, native to Tuscany and rich in tradition, dates back to the Etruscan era. It is a colorful wine, enriching the austere structure of Sangiovese with softness and velvety tannins.

After fermentation in stainless steel tanks, Volpe rests for a short time in large fermentation tanks of Oak wood. In the spring it is bottled and thus preserves the fruit of ripe grapes.

Grape varieties: 60% Sangiovese, 40% Canaiolo

2019 | Volpe | Rosso Toscano IGT


  • Grape varieties: 60% Sangiovese, 40% Canaiolo
  • Appellation: Rosso Toscano IGT
  • Cultivation method: Organic
  • Aging: 5 months in wooden casks
  • Shelf life: 3 - 4 years
  • Alcohol content: 13%.
  • Aromas: sour cherry, wild berries
  • Drinking temperature: 16 °C
  • Color: Brilliant red
  • Ingredients: Contains sulphites


Volpe 2018

  • 89/100 Othmar Kiem, Simon Staffler • falstaff

Bottle sizes

  • 0.75 liters

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