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Avvoltore, Montereggio, Morellino, Riserva, Vermentino

One of the pioneers of Morellino.
The Moris family immigrated into Italy from Spain during the year 1700. Land owners of noble heritage, the family set out to create a new lifestyle along the Mediterranean Coastal area of Tuscany.
Today the estate holds more than 500 hectares of which 70 are under vine.
Concentration is focused on Sangiovese with a small percentage dedicated to Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.

Short Info

Owner: Moris Family
Winemaker: Attilio Pagli , Emiliano Falsini
Varietals planted: Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Vermentino
Total acres: 70 hectares of property
Soil: Clay, rich in fossils Slightly acidic. Sandy, original sea bed Slightly acidic (Locality “Poggio La Mozza”)
Winery production: 350.000 bottles

News & Awards


Avvoltore 2013

95 Points

"The 2013 Avvoltore is one of the best recent editions of this wine I can remember tasting. A dark. virile wine, the 2016 is endowedm with vertical structure and huge tannins to back up thye fruit. Smoke, tar, licorice, dark spice and gravel infuse a core of blue and black fruit. The 2013 clearly needs time, but it is also superb, even at this early stage."

 -- Antonio Galloni

Morellino di Scansano 2016

92 Points

"The 2016 Morellino di Scansano is fabulous. A huge overachiever, the 2016 possesses notable intensity and volume, with generaous dark fruit to match its opulent, generous personality. Although quite deep and intense, the 2016 retains striking freshness. Aging in cement really seems to bring out the fruit character. Don't miss it." 

-- Antonio Galloni

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Meet Morisfarms 

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Moris Farms winery presentation

Moris farms at Amazon Prime


- Moris Farms wine tasting with Julio and Ranieri here

- More videos here

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