Tua Rita Giusto di Notri Toscana IGT 2014

Tua Rita Giusto di Notri Toscana IGT 2014


Tua Rita is mostly known for Redigaffi, considered one of the best Merlot’s in the world, taking top places in wine critics’ lists. However, Giusto di Notri is Tua Rita’s signature wine.

Giusta di Notri is made from organically farmed Bordeaux blend and aged 22 months in new and used oak. It is loaded with super-ripe black cherry, plum, menthol, lavender, sage and cloves. Powerful yet elegant with an extreme complexity. With all intensity and ripeness, it is far from being heavyweight, beautifully retains its freshness. Superb wine!

Drink now - 2028

(Incl. 19% VAT, €72,67 / liter)

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94 points, Monica Larner, The Wine Advocate - The 2014 Giusto di Notri is an extremely well-made wine that has most certainly exceeded vintage expectations by a long measure. The blend is Cabernets Sauvignon and Franc with a smaller part Merlot. Fruit was harvested 20 days later in 2014 compared to previous averages and the wine was aged in barrique for 22 months. This is another example of a great Tuscan red made in 2014 that has fleshed out beautifully in barrel. The dry extract here is more than 37 grams per liter. It's impossible not to notice and admire the rich thickness and textural importance of this wine. Black fruit, plum and spice fuels a luscious finish.

92 points, Wine Spectator - Lush, dense and concentrated, with a top note of chocolate over the blackberry, mulberry, plum, spice and mineral flavors. Stays fresh and long, with echoes of spice and fruit on the aftertaste. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2018 through 2025.

95 points, James Suckling


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Tua Rita is a leading Tuscan wine estate located in the Colline Metallifere hill country. It is best known for its single-variety wine made from Merlot, Redigaffi, which has gained cult status. 2000 vintage was the first Italian wine awarded a 100-point rating by Robert Parker.

Tua Rita's vineyards are in the area of upper Maremma, known as Colline Metallifere or Metalliferous Hills giving their wines distinctive iron nuances.

Vines are organically grown,  winemaking is adapted to traditional Italian technics with minimal intervention and uncompromised quality.