What with their appearing to be a worldwide greenwashing of wineries, it is most heartening to see a house that takes the whole concept of sustainability very seriously indeed.
The investment that Tuscany’s Salcheto have made to ensure that their off-grid, Montepulciano-based winery checks all of the boxes when it comes to such matters is really quite astonishing. It costs a pretty penny to achieve such a level of sustainability for a medium-sized and commercially viable enterprise
Now that’s all well and good, but the question is, is the wine any good? Thankfully it is, with their wines winning both accolades and hearts the world over, from Gambero Rosso to the Wine Advocate.
We sat down with Mario Turrini, Salcheto’s General Manager, to get the full story of this quite remarkable Tuscan jewel.
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Salcheto’s wines are distributed by Hobbs and Co. Wine Merchants, a Good Food Fighter.
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Edinburgh-born/Toronto-based Sommelier, consultant, writer, judge, and educator Jamie Drummond is the Director of Programs/Editor of Good Food Revolution… And he thinks that Marco looks a little like a young Paul Morley of Zang Tumb Tumb infamy.