Montepulciano 100% begins with fermentation in stainless steel tanks and then be finished in barriques (French oak barrels), where is also the malolactic elaging for 24 months.
The maturing of the wine bottle is completed in 6 months.
The geographical wine area is in the municipalities of Castorano and Offida.
Pomegranate red, clear and consistent. To the nose is complex enough, with signs of red fruits cooked and in jam, mature blackberry, wilted violet, pepper and enamel. To the nose is dry, warm, soft enough, well balanced tannins and freshness. A plesant end with a mineral-sulfur hint. Pairing with Porl loin baked with apples, chestnuts and mushrooms.
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