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The home of Valtellina excellence. Single-handedly responsible for elevating Valtellina to the world stage, Nino Negri is one of Italy’s most decorated estates, championing the Chiavennasca clone of Nebbiolo and representing the height of Sfursat production.
Nino Negri limits harvest to only 25% of the total crop thus ensuring that only the highest quality fruit makes its way to the winery. Upon arrival the sorted bunches are placed into wooden crates where they will sit until the new year when they are naturally dry. The juice is macerated and fermented in stainless steel prior to aging over a period of 18-24 months in Allier oak.
Bottle Size: 750ml
Vintages may vary by location; we will ship the most current vintage in stock.
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Location of engraving on the bottle is at the discretion of our engravers and cannot be modified.
BodyA skein of spice unwinds through this rich, full-bodied red, which displays a mouthwatering range of raspberry coulis and fig cake flavors, a streak of graphite-laced mineral and accents of Earl Grey tea and rose hip, defined by sculpted tannins.
FinishA lovely, harmonious wine, marrying subtle power and focus to elegance. Drink now through 2031.
“Produced only in the best years, Nino Negri’s flagship wine 5 Stelle Sfursat di Valtellina is made from the regions finest selections of Chiavennasca (Nebbiolo).”