For just over forty years, Italian wine in the world has had an Anglo-Saxon name – that of Neil Empson. New Zealander by birth, Italian by passion, he explored the wine peninsula and exported its hidden gems. This brand was born in 1988 with the precious support of a great winemaker: his friend Franco Bernabei. Since then, Toscolo has collected many of the most authoritative consents in the world. The name itself is a tribute to Tuscany: an Italian Renaissance word, means “Tuscan boy”.
Paradoxically, this range that unfolds many shades, some simpler, others more refined and complex, than the Tuscan land – including Chianti, Chianti Classico, Chianti Classico Riserva and Vernaccia di San Gimignano – has been available in Italy only since 2009. Italian market This cross-section of Tuscany returns from the favor of markets ranging from Tokyo to San Francisco. A brand that is all the more welcome in times of prudent spending, since these are truly remarkable wines in the relationship between price and value.
In 2008, the “Dolce Toscolo”, a dessert wine characterized by a beautiful amber color and nuances of apricot, joined this incredible line. The perfect way to end any meal.