Wine Region:Â India
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
This deep ruby-red hued wine offers distinctive notes of tobacco and plum on the nose. Subtle nuances of black olives, pepper and dark plum coupled with a balanced acidity and soft tannins on the palate come together to make a complex wine. Rocky soils with a good sunlight exposure add elegant acidity and a distinctive complexity to this wine.
About the Winery
The word Fratelli translates to mean 'Brothers'. It refers to the coming together of the Secci brothers, Andrea and Alessio from Italy, along with Sekhri brothers Kapil and Gaurav and the Mohite-Patil brothers, Ranjitsinh and Arjunsinh. The name was adopted to represent the desire that each of the promoters nurtured in their hearts - to create a product of truly international standard but one that was made in India using centuries-long Italian wine making traditions. The viticultural and wine-making expertise has been provided by Piero Masi, a leading name in the world of winemaking. Piero is justifiably renowned in Tuscany and is credited with production of some fabulous wines that are acclaimed by connoisseurs and critics alike. Piero's Italian heritage and love of wine are reflected in his commitment towards Fratelli Wines, where he owns a small stake in the business.
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