Buccia Nera

Pa'Ro Toscana Bianco 2022

  • Organic
  • Woman Maker

The Mancini family’s winemaking history began at the end of the 1800s in San Polo, Tuscany. Today, five generations later, the winery is managed by sisters Anastasia, Alessia and Roberta Mancini, who have updated their ancestors' vision, employing new winemaking techniques and implementing organic and sustainable farming practices. Pa’Ro Bianco, dedicated to their parents of the Mancini sisters, is a blend of Trebbiano and Grechetto with about 4 weeks of skin contact and aged in stainless steel and glass. A great example of their modern approach, the wine offers intense aromas of ripe yellow fruit and sweet herbs that explode into fresh and funky flavors on the palate, backed by firm structure and charming minerality. It's a killer companion for semi-aged cheeses, herb-crusted chicken, or wild mushroom pilaf.

Buccia Nera

Buccia Nera is an organic family farm in the small village of Campriano, Tuscany, managed by third generation sisters Anastasia, Alessia and Roberta Mancini and their mother Patrizia. Their father Amadio is the vineyard manager while Anastasia’s husband, Sandro Nalli, is the head winemaker.

The Mancini family’s winemaking history began at the end of the nineteenth century when the first cellar was built in San Polo, and with the planting of the first vineyards at Podere della Filandra.

It continued with the subsequent acquisition of the property at Campriano and, most recently, at Muciafora. The Campriano estate was purchased by their grandfather in 1926 and planted with vineyards, olive trees, fruits and vegetables. Since then, the winery has been committed to the production of Chianti DOC, using only cement tanks.


Toscana, Italy

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