Castello Di Potentino Special Delivery Offer

Charlotte Horton’s vineyards are on the Monte Amiata, this extinct volcano in Southern Tuscany that the Etruscans thought was home to the gods. She left London in the eighties to live in Tuscany, where she first learned to make cheese from the locals. Eventually, she moved to Castello di Potentino, planted her own vines and learned to make wine in traditions that have been passed down in that place from Etruscan times.

One of the most memorable experiences of my years in Italy was pressing Potentino grapes in an Etruscan wine basin that Charlotte discovered near the castle.

We pressed the grapes in the upper basin, carved out of volcanic rock, and the juice flowed into the lower one.

All of Charlotte’s wines are single varietals, grown in sloped vineyards in a pristine valley at the base of the volcano. The volcanic soil and combination of warm days and cool nights lend elegance to all of her wines. Then, each has its own character. Read more.

Charlotte’s offer is to order any products through the Potentino Website
get 30% off with regular shipping charges
Enter code UNCORKED30 at checkout.
– at the normal product price, buy a minimum of 24 bottles (of any product), and get free shipping
For the US, enter code UNCORKEDUSFREESHIPPING
For the EU, enter code UNCORKEDEUFREESHIPPING

Potentino wines single varietal: Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, and Alicante (Grenache)
For the red…
The Pinot Noir (Piropo) is the most elegant. The Alicante (Grenache) is the most robust. The Sangiovese (Sacromante) is the best all-around, easy drinking.
For the rosé…
The Lyncurio (Pinot Noir). It is a full-bodied and elegant rosé made with no skin contact.
The Jaspidem (Sangiovese) has about six hours of skin contact and is slightly more robust.

This offer can be transferred or shared. For questions, email Alexander Greene at alexander.greene@mac.com.

NOTE: ORDERS MADE NOW CAN BE SHIPPED WITHOUT RISK OF HEAT DAMAGE. WHEN THE WEATHER CHANGES, IT WILL BE RISKIER.

Read more about Potentino on Uncorked and at Potentino.com.

April, 2020

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