2010 Duemani, Duemani, Tuscany


Press and Tasting Notes

Duemani is fabulous. Sumptuous and elegant, the Duemani emerges from the glass with extraordinary purity in its aromas and flavors. All of the elements are in the right place. Dark plums, mocha, wild flowers and roses form a rich tapestry of undeniable class. The French oak is especially well integrated in this vintage, but what truly stands out mo ... Read More »

A Merchant's Pick

Featured December 27, 2011


Worth every penny, Stephen Spurrier of Decanter Magazine recently called the 2007 Duemani Cabernet Franc "an Italian version of Cheval Blanc."
    Duemani hails from a tiny Tuscan town called Riparbella just 15 minutes north of Bolgheri. At the helm of this property is famed winemaker Luca d'Attoma, who you may recall was the original winemaker at Tua Rita when that wine received a perfect 100 point score.
    In February 2010, Duemani was declared "The Great New Star of Italy" at the Vino-Excellence, Cabernet Franc Symposium in Rome where it tasted against some of the greatest Cabernet Franc wines - most notably Cheval Blanc, one of Bordeaux's most coveted reds which sells for over $700 per bottle.
    Luscious in style, Duemani Cabernet Franc is a cherry-tinged treat. Evolution on both the palate as well as the nose is striking. With every minute that passes, it seems a new layer unfolds wrapped around an ample core of beautifully ripe, bright, and expressive Kirschwasser. Rich blackberries and blueberries follow a splendid harmony of elegant spice, tobacco and fern. Well woven tannins tie together a finish that is far more reminiscent of Saint-Emilion than anything we've ever sampled from Tuscany.
   If you are an Ornellaia, Sassicaia and Tignanello fan, you will relish the wine's remarkable accessibility. Feel free to enjoy Duemani now; if you have the patience, decant.You can even lay this beautiful Tuscan red down for a decade. Pair with your favorite hearty winter fare.Read More »


Cabernet Franc, a black-skinned grape, is grown throughout the world with France being the largest grower. It has medium fruit and body with elevated tannins and acids and is usually moderate in alcohol. In Bordeaux, Cabernet Franc is typically blended with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot - most famously on the right bank. In France’s Loire ... Read More »



Tuscany is home to some of the most popular Italian red wines.  Located along the Tyrrehenian coast, the Mediterranean influence and hilly terrain allow Tuscany to offer a wide variety of wine styles.  The mo ... Read More »

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