Borrigiano has a lively ruby colour with purplish reflections. The bouquet is intense, with notes of fresh little red fruits mainly reminiscent of cherry and with light spicy scents of ginger and white pepper. The taste is pleasantly fresh, with soft tannins and a lively fruity end leaving a clean harmonious mouth feeling.

Grape variety:

40% Merlot, 35% Syrah, 25% Sangiovese


Alcohol 13,5%, total acidity 5,39 g/l, dry extract 29,7 g/l, ph 3,4

Borrigiano may be served as an apéritif but it is also perfectly paired with authentic rustic Tuscan cuisine as bread-based soups (ribollita, pappa al pomodoro), fresh or lightly aged cheeses as well as light and medium meat dishes. For its bouquet, liveliness and crispness it is also agreebly suited to all courses.