Buscè Tenuta Lenzini comes from a grape found: Alicante Bouschet, originally created by the nurseryman Henri Bouschet in France from a cross invented by his father between Petit Bouschet and Grenache. Outside France it is grown mainly in Spain, Portugal, Corsica, Ex Jugoslavia, Israel, North Africa and Tuscany. Its colour and alcoholic potential are its main qualities. Even the aromas that develop from the ageing of this rare variety can give great complexity and character to the wine. The Estate covers 23 hectares, of which only 13 are planted with vines, and are located in the area defined as Lucca Biodynamic. Since 2007 they have been managed in biodynamic agriculture using only sulphur, copper and vegetable preparations. The winery was born with the idea of making healthy and genuine wines, produced in harmony with nature and the surrounding environment. The production philosophy always tries to bring to the fore the varietal character of the vines and the influence of the terroir, with minimal intervention in the cellar.
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