Tuscan Wines from Bolgheri
Production and sale of wines from Bolgheri Doc
Eucaliptus wine labels
- Ville Rustiche Bolgheri Doc Superiore, the most important of the farm, made thanks to the selection of the best grapes of the year, after the wine making process there will be the refinement time which lasts minimum two years before puts it on market.
- Clarice Bolgheri Rosso Doc, the first wine which was produced in the farm, a structured red wine, delicate very good for drinking characteristic of a good red wine of Bolgheri.
- Le Pinete Vermentino Bolgheri Doc, it smells sweet and persistent, which represents the sun and the sea in this area, two elements necessary for making this wine, it’s well combined with fish and shellfish.
- Rapè Viognier Igt Toscana, fresh and lively, which can be drink especially in summer time, very good as aperitif.
Our vineyards in Bolgheri
Eucaliptus is first of all a wine company run by the Di Vaira family. Dario Di Vaira has been the owner since 2008 after taking over the company from his father Pasqualino.
Since 2008, production has focused on wines with the denomination of Origine Bolgheri.
This area of Tuscany is famous for its unique terroir, where for different factors, such as land, average annual temperatures, humidity mitigated by winds and the influence of the sea offers a perfect microclimate to produce wines that express power, character and elegance.
The goal of the company led by the young winemaker Dario Di Vaira, together with the family is to produce great wines respecting the natural essence of the vintage, following the intrinsic characteristics of the terroir.
The vineyards are located within the farmland along the Via Bolgherese, and cover an area of 7 hectares planted since 1998, cultivated with low spurred cordon with a density of 5680 vines / ha and with an average production of 70 q. li / ha.
The varieties range from Cabernet Sauvignon and Franc to Merlot, from Sangiovese to Petit Verdot to a small portion of Syrah for reds, while for whites there are Vermentino, Viogner and Chardonnay.
The harvest is strictly manual, after careful selection of the grapes, they are cooled in a temperature-controlled environment to preserve aromas and perfumes. The vinification takes place in the modern cellar through the most avant-garde winemaking equipment, always with the aim of preserving the quality and health of the grapes.
The current production is about 30,000 bottles per year divided into 4 labels.