Doga delle Clavule
The Doga delle Clavule estate consists of 475 acres in the coastal Maremma region of Tuscany. The 101 acres of vines are primarily planted to Sangiovese - locally called Morellino - and several plots of Merlot, Alicante, Syrah, and Vermentino. The name La Doga means “barrel stave” in Italian and also “creek” in the old Tuscan dialect of the area, while Clavule means "vines" in Latin. The name was chosen because in the past a creek crossed this property of vines. Since 1997, the estate has been owned by Elisabetta Gnudi Angelini, who also owns Altesino, Borgo Scopeto, and Caparzo.
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