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Bibi Graetz Balocchi di Colore 6bts (1x Balocchi n1, 1x Balocchi n3, 1x Balocchi n8, 3x Colore 2020)
450cl

Bibi Graetz Balocchi di Colore 6bts (1x Balocchi n1, 1x Balocchi n3, 1x Balocchi n8, 3x Colore 2020) 2020

Bibi Graetz
CHF 1’250.00
Picture of Colore (Barrique) 2020
75cl

Colore (Barrique) 2020

Bibi Graetz
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Picture of Colore (Barrique) 2020
150cl

Colore (Barrique) 2020

Bibi Graetz
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JS

98
Picture of Colore (Unique 27L Special Case) 2016
2700cl
Colore
75cl

Colore 2003

Bibi Graetz
CHF 250.00
JS

95
Colore
75cl

Colore 2008

Bibi Graetz
CHF 250.00
Colore
75cl

Colore 2015

Bibi Graetz
CHF 220.00
JS

98
Colore
1500cl

Colore 2016

Bibi Graetz
CHF 5’400.00
JS

98
Colore
75cl

Colore 2016

Bibi Graetz
CHF 297.00
JS

98
Colore
150cl

Colore 2016

Bibi Graetz
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JS

98
Colore
300cl

Colore 2016

Bibi Graetz
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JS

98
Colore
600cl

Colore 2016

Bibi Graetz
CHF 2’600.00
JS

99
Colore
75cl

Colore 2018

Bibi Graetz
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99
Colore
150cl

Colore 2018

Bibi Graetz
CHF 450.00
JS

99
Colore
300cl

Colore 2018

Bibi Graetz
CHF 950.00
JS

99
Colore
600cl

Colore 2018

Bibi Graetz
CHF 1’900.00
JS

99
Colore
1500cl

Colore 2018

Bibi Graetz
CHF 4’500.00
JS

99
Colore
75cl

Colore 2019

Bibi Graetz
CHF 210.00
JS

99
Colore
150cl

Colore 2019

Bibi Graetz
CHF 425.00
JS

99
Colore
300cl

Colore 2019

Bibi Graetz
CHF 910.00
JS

99
Colore
600cl

Colore 2019

Bibi Graetz
CHF 1’990.00
JS

99
Colore
1500cl

Colore 2019

Bibi Graetz
CHF 4’400.00
JS

98
Colore
75cl

Colore 2020

Bibi Graetz
CHF 165.00
Firstly, an artist and graduate of the Academia dell’Arte in Florence, Bibi Graetz started making wine in the late 1990s and has since become one of the Tuscany’s most inspired winemakers. Born and raised in Italy and without any formal training, Graetz produces wine at his family home in Fiesole, a castle called Castello di Vincigliata. He decided early on to focus on the production of native Tuscan varieties, mostly Sangiovese, but also Colorino and Canaiolo and a tiny bit of Malvasia Nera and Moscato Nero. The fruit is sourced from old-age vines (ranging from 30 to 60-years-old) around the Chianti Classico area, including Maremma, the island of Giglio and Montalcino. Vinification is carried out in open fermenters and the resulting wines are inky-black red in color exposing a spectacular range of intensity and ingenuity. His flagship wine, Testamatta, which roughly translates to “Hot Head”, is made entirely from old-vine Sangiovese and is a powerful red with notes of cherry and tobacco. Another fascinating feature of his wines are that all of their labels are designed by Graetz himself, ultimately inspired by the Tuscan sun. From artist to cult winemaker, Graetz’s wines get better and better with every vintage, they are certainly top collectible Tuscan wines.