Unveiling Elegance: A Toast to Two New Wine Vintages
Tempore IGT Toscana 2015 and Le Buche 2020 Orcia DOC

Società Agricola Le Buche srl

In the world of oenophiles, anticipation swirls like a well-aged Cabernet Sauvignon when two new wine vintages make their debut. Join us on a journey as we uncork the essence and character of these recently unveiled creations, each promising a unique sensorial experience. As we raise our glasses to these new wine vintages, let the symphony of flavors and the artistry of winemaking captivate your senses. Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or a curious novice, these two exceptional wines invite you to savor the beauty of craftsmanship in every sip. Cheers to the timeless allure of fine wine!

The 2015 wine vintage in Tuscany was generally acclaimed for its exceptional quality. The region experienced favourable weather conditions, including a warm and dry growing season, which contributed to optimal grape ripening. Wines from this vintage are known for their rich and concentrated flavours, with many reds displaying ripe fruit, well-structured tannins, and balanced acidity. The 2015 Tuscany wines, particularly those from renowned areas like Chianti Classico and Brunello di Montalcino, are often regarded as highly age-worthy and sought after by wine enthusiasts.
Tempore 2015 IGT Toscana: Boldolese blend with merlot, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon and petit verdot. But what’s a Bordeaux blend?. A Bordeaux blend typically refers to a red wine made from a combination of grape varieties traditionally grown in the Bordeaux region of France. The primary grape varieties used in these blends are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec. The proportions of each grape can vary, resulting in wines with diverse characteristics.
Our Bordeaux blend 2015 is particularly complex, with a full body structure, a well balance of fruit flavors, tannins, and acidity.


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The 2020 wine vintage in Tuscany saw mixed conditions, as the region faced challenges related to weather variations. Spring was cooler and wetter than usual, affecting flowering and potentially impacting yields. However, a warm and dry summer followed, allowing for improved grape development and ripening. Winemakers had to navigate these contrasting conditions carefully. The resulting wines from the 2020 vintage in Tuscany tend to show a range of styles, with some producers achieving excellent balance and quality, especially in areas that managed the weather challenges effectively. As always, specific nuances may vary between different sub-regions and vineyards.
Le Buche 2020 Orcia DOC is a Tuscany Sangiovese blend and combines Sangiovese, with other varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and petit verdot. This creates a well-balanced wine with Sangiovese's cherry and earthy notes complemented by the structure and complexity of additional grapes, resulting in a rich and versatile red wine.

Le Buche 2020

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