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The winery was founded by Giacomo Tommasi in 1902. This year marks the beginning of the Tommasi family's journey in winemaking. The initial establishment laid the foundation for what would become a prestigious wine estate.
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The winery was founded by Giacomo Tommasi in 1902. This year marks the beginning of the Tommasi family's journey in winemaking. The initial establishment laid the foundation for what would become a prestigious wine estate.
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The first official vintage of Tommasi Amarone Classico is created, from the natural "appassimento" of the Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes. Every vintage since then has been a continuous research to produce better wine, while remaining faithful to the winemaking principles of the founder, Giacomo.
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The first official vintage of Tommasi Amarone Classico is created, from the natural "appassimento" of the Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes. Every vintage since then has been a continuous research to produce better wine, while remaining faithful to the winemaking principles of the founder, Giacomo.
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The early 2000s were crucial for Tommasi's growth and diversification. During this period, the family expanded their vineyards and invested in acquiring estates in other prestigious Italian wine regions, such as Tuscany and Puglia. This strategic expansion allowed Tommasi to diversify their wine offerings and gain a broader presence in the global wine market, contributing significantly to their success today.
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The early 2000s were crucial for Tommasi's growth and diversification. During this period, the family expanded their vineyards and invested in acquiring estates in other prestigious Italian wine regions, such as Tuscany and Puglia. This strategic expansion allowed Tommasi to diversify their wine offerings and gain a broader presence in the global wine market, contributing significantly to their success today.
Tommasi, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2019 750ML
The Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2019, the flagship wine of the Tommasi estate, epitomises their excellence. Aged to perfection, it embodies the family's dedication to quality and tradition, making it a remarkable representation of the Valpolicella region's winemaking heritage.
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Abel Mendoza, Seleccion Personal 2018 750ml
Abel Mendoza, Seleccion Personal 2018 750ml
The first impression of the 2018 Selección Personal was of great nuance and subtleness. The wine comes from a different vineyard each year, but in the last few years, it has come from a place called Marrate in Labastida, one of Mendoza's favorite places for high-end wines, a place with great potential. This is beautifully textured with lots of dry extract, with grip and depth; Mendoza has a lot of vines there, and some of them are quite old. The wine is perfumed, unusually floral and aromatic for a Tempranillo, which always contain a small percentage of other grapes (perhaps 3% or 4% Graciano...). There are some 500-liter oak barrels that were previously used for the fermentation of the whites.
  • Berries
    Flavours may include:
    Blackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry
  • Stone Fruits
    Flavours may include:
    Peach, Apricot, Plum
  • Floral
    Flavours may include:
    Rose, Violet, Elderflower
  • Woody
    Flavours may include:
    Cigar, Oak, Pine, Wet Woods
  • Spice
    Flavours may include:
    Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Liquorice
1 / 5
Aldo Rainoldi, Vigna Degli Apostoli 2015 750ML
Aldo Rainoldi, Vigna Degli Apostoli 2015 750ML
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Angelus - Saint Emilion (Ex-Chateau) 2006 750ml
Angelus - Saint Emilion (Ex-Chateau) 2006 750ml

Tasted at Bordeaux Index's annual 10-Year On tasting in London. The 2006 Château Angelus, a blend of 47% Cabernet Franc, 50% Merlot and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon, has a very perfumed bouquet with scents of blueberry, cassis, crushed violets and just a touch of mushroom. This is very generous. The palate is medium-bodied with a smooth, slightly toasty entry. The acidity is quite low compared to other 2006 Saint Emilions, but there is harmony here and the tannins seem very fine. There is real density on the finish, although I was just seeking a little more delineation to come through. Give this another two or three years in bottle. Tasted January 2016.

  • Berries
    Flavours may include:
    Blackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry
  • Stone Fruits
    Flavours may include:
    Peach, Apricot, Plum
  • Dried Fruits
    Flavours may include:
    Prune, Fig, Raisin
  • Floral
    Flavours may include:
    Rose, Violet, Elderflower
  • Tea
    Flavours may include:
    Eucalyptus, Mint, Jasmine
  • Nutty
    Flavours may include:
    Almond, Chestnut, Coconut
  • Spice
    Flavours may include:
    Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Liquorice
1 / 7
Alto Moncayo, Veraton 2020 750ML
Alto Moncayo, Veraton 2020 750ML
1 / 0
Abel Mendoza, Seleccion Personal 2018 750ml
The first impression of the 2018 Selección Personal was of great nuance and subtleness. The wine comes from a different vineyard each year, but in the last few years, it has come from a place called Marrate in Labastida, one of Mendoza's favorite places for high-end wines, a place with great potential. This is beautifully textured with lots of dry extract, with grip and depth; Mendoza has a lot of vines there, and some of them are quite old. The wine is perfumed, unusually floral and aromatic for a Tempranillo, which always contain a small percentage of other grapes (perhaps 3% or 4% Graciano...). There are some 500-liter oak barrels that were previously used for the fermentation of the whites.
  • Berries
    Flavours may include:
    Blackberry, Raspberry, Strawberry
  • Stone Fruits
    Flavours may include:
    Peach, Apricot, Plum
  • Floral
    Flavours may include:
    Rose, Violet, Elderflower
  • Woody
    Flavours may include:
    Cigar, Oak, Pine, Wet Woods
  • Spice
    Flavours may include:
    Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Liquorice
1 / 5
TOMMASI FAMILY ESTATE
“The Tommasi story is that of a pioneer spirit ignited in 1902 that has blazed across four generations.”
At the heart of the Tommasi Family Estate lies a profound commitment to family. For generations, the Tommasi family has worked together to cultivate their vineyards and produce exceptional wines. This unity and familial bond are the bedrock of their success, ensuring that each member contributes to and benefits from the shared legacy. The personal touch and unwavering dedication of each family member make Tommasi wines not just a product, but a labor of love. This deep-rooted commitment to family and quality resonates in every aspect of the estate, making their wines a true reflection of their heritage and passion.

Today, Tommasi is run by the fourth generation of the family—six siblings and cousins who currently share responsibilities at the winery. Central to this commitment are Dario Tommasi, Pierangelo Tommasi, and Giancarlo Tommasi. Together, their collaborative efforts, grounded in a shared vision and mutual respect, drive the estate’s ongoing success.
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