Located in the heart of Maremma in Tuscany, Le Mortelle estate is only a few kilometers from the town of castiglione peskaa. It is in a very attractive position both in its natural environment and in the history of the surrounding area. Antinori's family has always been in the area. The property law of 1863 mentions Poggio Franco, one of the estate's highest quality vineyards, among other properties, as well as other plots. The family, who have worked in vineyards and new wine cellars since 1999, are convinced that this part of Tuscany has gained a great reputation throughout Italian viticulture and has very important potential for fine wines. Here, we can express the characteristics of the soil and grape varieties at a high level. The estate covers about 675 acres, of which 425 acres are planted with cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc grapes, as well as the recently planted white varieties (vimentino, ansoneck and viognier) and a small number of carmeniere grapes.

Moderate hardness of sand and soil consists mainly of clay and silica and, in some areas, quite a lot of stone.

Poggio alle Nane's name comes from where grapes grow. Duck farms once existed, and "south" is the local dialect of ducks. The vineyard stretches from the hillside to the lake and remains part of the property to this day. Poggio alle Nane is a wine with complex aromas and elegant tannins.

The Botrosecco2016 year was characterized by a fairly dry winter, mild spring, followed by summer, with temperatures peaking in July and August. Buds burst and bloom earlier in normal seasons on average, and buds terminate in regular periods. The light September rain helps the grapes ripen in the best conditions, giving the wine fruit its aromas and balanced flavors. The cabernet sauvignon harvest begins in the second week of September, while the cabernet sauvignon harvest lasts until the end of the month.

Botrosecco is ruby red. Intense aromas of blackberry jam, caramel, eucalyptus and mint. The impact on the palate is fruity and wrapped with velvety tannins, pleasant aftertaste and chocolate and candied cherries.

Poggio alle Nane is produced in a wine region known for producing high-quality wines, a region where both cabernet sauvignon and camina can express themselves well.