Grape variety: Sangiovese e Cannaiolo.
Alcoholic strength: 14,5% vol.
Classification: Rosso Colli di Luni D.O.C..
Location of vineyards: Vineyards in the hills of Ortonovo.
Position and altitude: 100m. above sea level.
Cultivation system: Guyot.
Production per hectare: 90 q.
Period and method of harvest: late harvest. manual harvest in 17/18 kg crates.
Type of fermentation tanks: stainless steel.
Winemaking techniques: Maceration / fermentation on the skin for 25 days in stainless steel tanks with automatic thermal conditioning system.
Winemaking temperatures: 18°-20° C.
Method and duration of refinement: long aging in oak barrels (capacity 1000 liters) for 2 years and subsequent rest for at least 1 year in the bottle.
Limpid, intense red color with garnet textures, consistent.
The nose is intense, with a fairly complex bouquet of aromas: floral, fruity and spicy. Hints of dog rose and geranium, followed by aromas of dark berry berries such as black currant and blackberry, notes of spices reminiscent of ground black pepper, vanilla and ginger. Closing with a nuance of sweet tobacco.
Important sip with an evident slightly aggressive tannic texture. Good taste-olfactory persistence of sweet spices.
It is recommended in combination with a jugged hare.
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