The Tenuta San Guido winery was named after Saint Guido della Gheradesca. He lived in the 11th century. The wine story of San Guido began with the marriage of Mario Incisa della Roccetta and Clarice della Gheradesca in 1930. The two had a passion for good wine and English thoroughbreds. The winery is located on the coast of the Tyrrhenian Sea between Leghorn and Grosseto. The grape harvest began on September 16 with the variety Cabernet Sauvignon and ended with Sangiovese. Awards: - 92/100 points from James Suckling - 90/100 points from Robert Parker Wine Advocate - 90/100 points from Wine Spectador Tasting notes:Dark ruby red in the glass. In the nose fruity of red currant and ripe cherries. On the palate fruity, fine tannin and herbs. Long lasting on the finish. Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese. Aging: 12 months in French and American barriques. Soil: Rock, limestone. Closure: Natural cork. Storage potential: Until 2027.