Top 100 sweet wines of San Gimignano

Discover the top 100 best sweet wines of San Gimignano of San Gimignano as well as the best winemakers in the region. Explore the varietals of the sweet wines that are popular of San Gimignano and the best vintages to taste in this region.

Discovering the wine region of San Gimignano

The wine region of San Gimignano is located in the region of Toscane of Italy. Wineries and vineyards like the Domaine Panizzi or the Domaine Il Colombaio di Santachiara produce mainly wines red, white and sweet. The most planted grape varieties in the region of San Gimignano are Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon, they are then used in wines in blends or as a single variety. On the nose of San Gimignano often reveals types of flavors of blackberry, oaky or dried fruit and sometimes also flavors of floral, red fruit or citrus fruit.

In the mouth of San Gimignano is a powerful with a nice freshness. We currently count 49 estates and châteaux in the of San Gimignano, producing 81 different wines in conventional, organic and biodynamic agriculture. The wines of San Gimignano go well with generally quite well with dishes of beef, lamb or veal.

News from the vineyard of San Gimignano

Behind LVMH’s Himalayan wine project: the villages of Ao Yun

It’s no easy task to establish a super-premium wine in an entirely new region, particularly when inviting potential retail partners or distributors to the vineyard involves journeying to a distant corner of the Himalayas in the outer reaches of the Yunnan province, southwestern China. For my journey, after four flights from Bordeaux to Shanghai, Chengdu then Shangri-La, it was a four-hour drive up through stunning mountain passes to the foothills (here, that means 2,200m above sea level) of the ...

Walls: Counoise spreads its wings

It’s easy to forget that the southern Rhône’s four most prevalent red varieties aren’t indigenous. Grenache, Carignan and Mourvèdre all appear to originate from Spain; Syrah made its way down the river from the northern Rhône. Of the long tail of other grapes, most have their roots closer to home. Plantings have dwindled in recent years, but today local varieties are experiencing renewed interest. One that’s finding a lot of fans – both in the Rhône and further afield – is Counoise. Scroll down ...

Behind Rasteau’s renaissance plus 10 ‘new look’ bottles to seek out

Imagine you went to a restaurant and ordered what you thought was a modest Burgundy, but it tasted like a great Bordeaux. Would you be disappointed? Even if what I received was technically a better wine, I think I would be. After all, quality isn’t the overriding criteria when I select a bottle of wine to drink; most of all, I’m thirsting for a specific style. That’s why I’m sometimes wary when hearing about a change of direction in an appellation. Am I still going to find the wine I’m looking f ...

Top wines in regions and sub-regions of San Gimignano