Antonio Camillo, 'Tutti i Giorni' Bianco Litro 2021
A bit salty, a bit citrusy and so so moreish. Summer in a glass, and in a litre bottle!
An extremely drinkable Tuscan white from Antonio Camillo, perfect for the lunch table. This is a blend of Trebbiano and Malvasia showing lovely lemon citrus flavours, light herbal character and an extremely moreish texture. In 1L bottles - it’s perfect for sharing!
Wine: ANTONIO CAMILLO 'Tutti i Giorni' Bianco Litro
Producer: Antonio Camillo
Region/Country: Tuscany, Italy
Grape/s: Trebbiano, Malvasia, Ansonica
Production Method: Natural
Style: Bright, salty and citrusy
Pairing Suggestion: Goes down well on it’s own
Antonio Camillo bought two vineyards totalling 5 hectares in the area between Sovana and Pitigliano on the border with Lazio. He is now up to 9 hectares and the vineyards are situated in various locations, for different soil and climate. They are only planted with varieties traditionally found in the Maremma: Vermentino, Trebbiano, Ansonica, Malvasia, Sangiovese, Ciliegiolo and Alicante. The wines are vegan.
From The Natty Boy
In a region globally known for the embrace of international varieties and Super Tuscan wines, Antonio Camillo chooses to tread a different path.
“I’ve been walking the vineyards of the Maremma for 15 years, and I’ve been making wines in some of the best wineries of the area. In the last nine years I contributed to the success of Poggio Argentiera, along with Gianpaolo Paglia and Justine Keeling. It has been a time where I grew professionally and where I developed the ambition of making some wines with my name and with my character. The area I’ve chosen is my homeland, where I was born and bred, the area of the “high” Maremma, near the villages of Manciano. It is a very Maremman area, but at the same time very different from the coastal area and even from the more inland Morellino di Scansano area. I strongly believe that in these locations we can make wines that can talk about their terroir and that can be easily recognizable for their character and their class, and I want to prove it”. Antonio Camillo