Turpino’s evocative character is a tribute to three noble varieties that thrive in Maremma, fitting together like the tessera of a fine mosaic.

Grape Varieties

  • Cabernet Franc
  • ​Syrah
  • Merlot
Truly Stellar and very age-worthy.
John B Gilman View from the cellar 2020
Great fun to drink. 17+/20
Walter Speller Jancis Robinson 2021
Shows terrific length and a complex aftertaste. 94/100
Bruce Sanderson Wine Spectator 2015
This aromatic, layered red holds quite a bit of appeal. 93/100
Antonio Galloni Vinous 2022

Turpino is Maremma’s rise to the Super Tuscan challenge, a voluptuous blend of Cabernet Franc, Syrah and Merlot finely crafted by Querciabella.

Following in the footsteps of Camartina and Palafreno, the first Turpino bottling was made in 2007 but never released, using Maremma-borne fruit with the addition of grapes typically reserved for our top cuvées. Since the inaugural vintage of 2010 – and what a great year that was! – this wine has thrived in revealing its Mediterranean character. In 2017, the grapes from Chianti were finally excluded from the blend, giving rise to Querciabella’s original Super Coastal wine.

Elegance trumps muscles in Turpino 2019, one in six great vintages ever released, and the second entirely produced in Maremma. James Suckling praises it for its ripe flavours as well as its firm texture; for Antonio Galloni its vibrancy holds quite a bit of appeal.

Nicely light on its feet, it represents the coastal finesse at its most exciting. Fermentation in wooden vats and barrel ageing confers a gentleness to the spicy balsamic notes of the grape blend, a fine frame and a beguiling length of finish, making it a great food-friendly wine.

No animal products or byproducts are used in the production of this wine, making it suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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