Credits: © Fassati – Tuscany – Italy
Varietal composition: Sangiovese for the most part with small percentages of Merlot.
Denomination: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano D.O.C.G ..
Alcoholic strength: 13.5% vol.
Refinement: refinement takes place in 20-25 Ql oak barrels and a small part in barrique
Color: garnet red
Observations: not intense.
Description: floral, fruity, spicy and toasted
Comments: triumph of slightly withered red flowers, accompanied by aromas of ripe red berry fruit including red plum, blood orange and cherries in alcohol, hints of dog rose and cinnamon and nutmeg. Elegant empyreumatic notes, which recall coffee powder and oak wood, balsamic finish of eucalyptus and aromatic herbs of the Mediterranean scrub.
Taste – olfactory examination
Polyalcohols: moderately smooth
Acids: moderately fresh
Balance: moderately balanced
Length: very long
Observations: wine characterized by captivating and varied aromas. When tasted, the impact is of character, persistence is long, yet the balance between hard and soft parts is not perfect, but the tannin is pleasant even if it needs to be tamed, a savory note present and pleasant.
State of evolution: ready
Harmony: moderately harmonious
Notes: a wine in the style of the producer that well characterizes the territory of origin.
Food matching: larded sirloin with meat jus and aromatic herbs.