From this vineyard, on the hillside of “Bricco Borone” hill, thanks to the sunny and warm exposure and the bunch thinning done in late summer, ripe and rich grapesin color and extracts are gatters afterwards the prolonged maceration of peels and the aging in wood, enhance the profile of the vineyard giving us a pleasant wine, rich and durable.
Type of farmings :
classic Guyat vertically trellised
red Hot winemaking emerged with daily turning, maceration of the peels until the end of alcoholic fermentation, rocking and subsequent malolactic fermentation
in oak wood for 12 months followed by a sharpening in bottle for other 6 months before the sale.
Tasting notes :
deep color pamegranate with purplish reflexes, this wine has delicate aromas of rose, cocoa, tobacco, and vanilla with a great acidic “backbone” that guarantees a pleasant, easy drink. The time spent in oak barels rounds out the palate and gives it pleasing, balanced tannins and full harmonic savory taste with pleasant and persistent ended.