Rosso Toscana


Flagship wine of Poggio al Tufo project, it is the first wine made by the Tommasi family in Tuscany Maremma. A blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvingon with refined and warm features, which fascinates for liveliness and elegance.

Rompicollo is a Tuscan blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon from the famous volcanic tuff soils in the wild Maremma countryside, in what can be considered Italy’s far west.

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2018James Suckling92 pts
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2016Wine Spectator90 pts
2016Bibenda4 bunches
2015James Suckling92 pts
2014James Suckling92 pts
2011Wine Spectator92 pts TOP 100 (31°)

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Rompicollo translates as “breakneck” but means a tremendously steep and slippery slope – a risky adventure. We think of it as a bit of a good luck charm for the first Tuscan vineyards that became a part of our family in 1997, and at the time was quite an adventure. Whether luck or hard work, these 66 hectares of Rompicollo vineyard have become home to one of our very best go-to red wines. Rompicollo is a Tuscan blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon from the famous volcanic tuff soils in the wild Maremma countryside, in what can be considered Italy’s far west. A smooth, full-bodied wine with an irresistible bouquet, it will transport you to the aromas and emotions of Tuscany’s rolling hills.


Tasting Note

A deep, bright ruby red in color, on the nose it offers an elegant, varied bouquet of ripe berry fruits (such as blackberries and raspberries), dried aromatic herbs and delicate sweet spices. On the palate it is full-bodied, mellow and mouth-filling, with velvety tannins. Though richly flavored, it displays an attractive suppleness in the mouth.

Serving Suggestions

Ideal with risottos and rich pasta dishes, white meats, Italian cold cuts, and cheeses (both fresh and moderately aged).


Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are selected exclusively from the vineyard in the Pitigliano estate. The exposure is south-west and the soil is rich in tuff. The vines are planted with guyot with an average density of 6500 vines per hectare.


Sangiovese 60%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%

Vinification and Maturation

Controlled-temperature fermentation for 10 days in stainless steel vats. Maturation for 12 months in 65 hl Slavonian oak casks.


13% by vol.

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Poggio al Tufo is the first Tommasi family estate outside the Valpolicella Classica area, bought in 1997. It is a story of fascinating Tuscan terroirs, where Tommasi started an ambitious project: creating high quality wines in the Maremma Toscana territories. The property is located in Pitigliano, in the province of Grosseto, a very important
Etruscan site in the heart of Maremma Toscana. Tenuta Rompicollo includes a rural and cosy agriturismo, the result of a careful conservative restoration of the existing buildings.

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Sustainable Winegrowing


Tommasi has adopted an integrated production system that guarantees the eco-sustainable management of agricultural activities.


– We do not use products of animal origin or containing allergens in the wine production process.
– Optimization of the use of resources and management of the cellar.
– We employ procedures that allow us to work in full respect of the environment, avoiding waste and always recycling when possible.


– Organic corks with FSC certification
– Label: FSC certified paper
– Cardboard: recycled paper

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