Bragia cru, composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sangiovese stretches for 3 hectares and the composition of the soil consists of loose clay and sand with many fossils of seashell which bless the wine with a marked elegance.
The vision behind Bragia wine is to challenge the terroir with international varieties, while maintaining Sangiovese grapes in order to keep to their Tuscan roots.
"Complex and herbal. Surprisingly supple without any obvious tannic Cabernet component while Merlot adds a little fruit sweetness. Long and with soft, drying, grainy tannins." - Jancis Robinson
17/20: Jancis Robinson
92 pts: James Suckling
17/20 Jancis Robinson