Lamborghini Luxe Titanio Cabernet Sauvignon Sangiovese 2016

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Lamborgini Wine was launched over fifty years ago in 1968 by Ferruccio Lamborghini, the man behind one of the world's most famous car companies of the same name. Ferruccio's love of wine was as intense as his passion for cars and it shows in the Lamborghini range of wines, now crafted by Riccardo Cotarella, one of Italy's most renowned winemakers. The family estate, where most of the wines are sourced, is on the border between Tuscany and Umbria and close to where he originally launched Lamborghini cars.

Titanio is an elegant, full bodied selection of Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese grapes coming from the estate, selected under the careful supervision of Riccardo Cotarella, our winemaker. It is aged 12 months on second-passage French oak barrels. The red berry fruits and herbaceous notes, impressive structure and pronounced tannins make it delicious drinking.

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COLOR Dark ruby red
TASTE Red berry fruits and herbaceous notes, impressive structure and pronounced tannins

ZONE OF ORIGIN Panicale, Umbria
GRAPE VARIETIES Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon
HARVESTING Spurred cordon
WINEMAKING Fermentation with maceration on the skins for 12-14 days
AGING 12 months on second-passage French oak barrels

ALCOHOL 13 % Vol.
TOTAL ACIDITY 5.06 g/litre
PH 3.51


Made straight from the supercar founder's exclusive vineyard In Italy


Grapes grown on family-run vineyards which are carefully tended and harvested by hand.


While we honor our Italian roots, we embrace innovation in our world-class winemaking.


Sleek, modern packaging with bold colour that evokes our sports car heritage. 

"One of the most spectacular wines made in Italy"

The birth of a legend

To fully understand the legend that is Lamborghini, we start with the man and the land where it all began.

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The harsh, sweet Umbriato landscape compelled Ferruccio Lamborghini’s return to his roots: agriculture.