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Top 10 Best Tuscan Red Wines in Singapore

Top 10 Best Tuscan Red Wines in Singapore

Hey there, wine lovers! As the editor of Tropika Club Magazine, I’m excited to share with you my personal picks for the top 10 Tuscan red wines available right here in Singapore. In this article, I’ll be taking you on a journey through the vineyards of Tuscany, sharing my experiences and research to help you discover some truly exceptional wines. Whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or just starting to explore the world of wine, these selections are sure to delight your palate and elevate your drinking experience. So sit back, relax, and get ready to uncork some incredible bottles of Tuscan reds. Stay tuned for more details in the article below!

No Time to Read? Here’s a Snappy Summary of This Article

  • Sangiovese: Velvet texture, signature taste of Tuscany, available in Singapore.
  • Super Tuscans: Modern twist, innovative blends, perfect for wine enthusiasts.
  • Chianti Classico: Elegance in a bottle, vibrant acidity, cherry notes.
  • Brunello di Montalcino: Robust masterpiece, age-worthy, for wine aficionados.
  • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano: Unique gem, earthy charm, Sangiovese-based delight.
  • Bolgheri Reds: Luxurious Bordeaux-style blends, essence of Tuscany’s coastal vineyards.

1. Collezione Famiglia Vecciano Toscana 2017


Young dark-red color with purple hints. Sangiovese has a bouquet rich in violets, pure black fruits, and delicate perceptions of vanilla and toasty oak. A full and round body with soft tannins


Red wine from Toscana, Italy. This wine has 79 mentions of oaky notes (vanilla, oak, chocolate). Also, Numerous awards have been won by this wine: the Mundus Vini awarded the 2017 vintage Gold and the Berlin Wine Trophy awarded Gold.

Pricing: $45

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Barbanera Collezione Famiglia Vecciano Toscana


2. Ser Passo Rosso 2019


Ser Passo has 50 mentions of red fruit notes (cherry). This wine has been conceived as an attempt to surprise and delight the wine consumer with new flavors, tastes, and aromas. The unique flavors are intense, strong, and ripe fruits, such as cherries and black cherries. A velvety structure on the palate leaves a graceful softness in the mouth which makes it suitable for tasty pasta, red meats, and game in general.


The ‘Barbanera since 1938’ line was introduced in 2007 to highlight the family’s history and sense of belonging and to celebrate our love for the wine world which lasts more than 80 years, turning a genuine passion into a trade that allowed us to achieve important business goals.

Pricing: $39.95

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Barbanera Ser Passo Rosso


3. Governo All’Uso Toscano 2020


Highly aromatic, the wine opens with ripe aromas of red fruit with prominent cherry notes before leading into the palate of black cherry jam, a hint of smoke and fresh Mediterranean herbs. Soft and round with silky tannins and balanced acidity, makes this a wine perfect on its own or with pretty much any dish you can think of!

About :

Rated 96 points by Luca Maroni, this is a great little red wine from Tuscany, made with adding late-harvested, partially dried grapes to grapes which have already undergone the first few weeks of fermentation (called Governo, the Tuscan equivalent of the Appassimento method. This results in a velvety, fruit-forward wine, brilliantly easy to drink and at a fantastic price.

Pricing: $38

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Tuscante Governo All'Uso Toscano


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4. Le Volte 2019


This 2019 vintage is expressive, with attractive aromas of cranberry and violets, leading to flavours of dark cherry and sweet spice on the palate. Tannins are youthful and chalky (but beautifully woven), foreshadowing a bright, crunchy acidity on the finish.


Red wine from Toscana, Italy. Made from Merlot. This wine has 2411 mentions of oaky notes (oak, vanilla, tobacco).

Pricing: $54

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Ornellaia Le Volte


5. Rosso di Montalcino 2019


Rosso di Montalcino 2019 is a bright ruby red color wine. The palate recall the retro-nasal notes of ripe red fruits. The wine is velvety and soft, the tannins are fine and elegant and there are mineral sensations of ash and vanilla notes that integrate well with the marked acidity, which gives elegance. Medium body and good persistence.


Fruity notes of sour cherries strike immediately as soon as the glass approaches the nose. Also, the spicy and balsamic note comes out with hints of pepper, thyme, sage, and juniper berries. Slightly ethereal.

Pricing: $30

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Cordella Rosso di Montalcino


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6. Balto 2018


Balto 2018 has very clear notes of spice and vanilla, together with a bouquet of berries. Intense, of great depth, tending towards garnet red.


Made from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot & Syrah. The grapes are harvested using a particular technique: Delestage. Followed by a refining period of 12 to 24 months in French oak barriques. Before being released, it is aged for 4 months in the bottle.

Pricing: $53

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Il Ponte Balto


7. Zingari Toscana 2017


A well of dark cherry, black currant and blackberry fruit makes this red sumptuous and inviting. Fresh earth, thyme and rosemary accents add depth. A mineral element emerges on the long finish. Shows fine balance overall.

About Company:

A delicious red that shows red plums, brambleberries, undergrowth, cedar, and freshly cut herbs. Medium to full body, delightful, juicy tannins, and a tangy, medium-long finish. A blend with equal measures of Merlot, Sangiovese, Syrah, and Petit Verdot. Drink now or hold.

Pricing: $59

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Petra Zingari Toscana


8. Sangiovese 2017


With grapes hand-harvested from some of the best vineyard sites in Morellino, the fruit is deliciously ripe & smoky, with notes of marasca cherry, granite, & rhubarb compote. The finish is long & suitably dry, with admirable acidity that makes the palate taut & pleasing.


Made from Tuscany’s noble varietal; Sangiovese. The Bocelli family’s passion and expertise are on full display in this exceptionally bright, lush, and appealing Sangiovese.

Pricing: $30

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Bocelli Sangiovese


9. Mània Rosso 2017


  • Ruby red with garnet reflections.
  • Very intense, persistent, and full.
  • Rich, supported by a strong structure and powerful tannins.
  • Alcohol content: 14%


The initial bouquet is reminiscent of cherries, maraschino cherries, wild blackberries, black cherries, plums, with hints of the intense aroma of cinnamon, vanilla, leather, tobacco, violet and pepper. Rich, supported by a strong structure and powerful tannins. The taste, accompanied by a high alcohol content, give it a long and pleasant aftertaste.

Pricing: $57

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

Poggio Nicchiaia Mània Rosso


10. Rosso di Montalcino 2018


Wildberry, violet, and menthol aromas are front and center on this bright young red. It’s easygoing and approachable, offering juicy Marasca cherry and a hint of baking spice alongside soft tannins and vibrant acidity


Rosso di Montalcino from Tuscany, Italy. Made in Sangiovese.

Pricing: $68

Where to Find: Buy at Vivino

La Fortuna Rosso di Montalcino



Wrapping up my exploration of Tuscan red wines in Singapore, I hope you’ve enjoyed discovering some of the finest selections available. From the velvety Sangiovese to the robust Brunello di Montalcino, each bottle has its own story to tell and flavors to savor. Whether you’re a seasoned wine enthusiast or just beginning your journey, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this diverse lineup. So, the next time you’re in the mood for a taste of Tuscany, be sure to seek out one of these exceptional wines and elevate your drinking experience. Cheers to good times and great wines!


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q1: Where can I buy Tuscan red wines in Singapore?

A: You can find Tuscan red wines at specialty wine shops, online retailers, and some supermarkets like Cold Storage and FairPrice Finest.

Q2: What food pairs well with Tuscan red wines?

A: Tuscan red wines pair beautifully with Italian dishes like pasta, risotto, grilled meats, and aged cheeses such as Parmigiano-Reggiano.

Q3: Are Tuscan red wines expensive in Singapore?

A: Prices vary depending on the brand and vintage, but you can find quality Tuscan red wines in a range of price points to suit your budget.

Q4: Can I find organic or biodynamic Tuscan red wines in Singapore?

A: Yes, some wine shops in Singapore offer organic and biodynamic Tuscan red wines, providing options for environmentally conscious consumers.

Q5: Are there any wine tasting events or classes focused on Tuscan red wines in Singapore?

A: Yes, various wine bars and events in Singapore frequently feature Tuscan red wines in tastings and educational classes.

Q6: How should I store Tuscan red wines at home?

A: To preserve the quality of your Tuscan red wines, store them in a cool, dark place away from sunlight and fluctuations in temperature. A wine fridge or cellar is ideal, but a closet or cupboard works well too.

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