UMBRIA IGP. A fresh and fruity wine with sweetness and softness typical of the Sangiovese Grosso, or Prugnolo Gentile, grapes from the vineyards located on the steep and stony slopes of the Chiani valley.

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    Type of Grapes used: Sangiovese – Cabernet Sauvignon – Merlot
    Training system: spurred cordon
    Yield per hectare: – grapes 70 quintals, wine 49 hl
    Vinification: The grapes were harvested entirely by hand in crates and crushed-
    destemmed in a very soft way. The alcoholic fermentation of the different types of grapes
    takes place in separate containers with the addition of selected yeasts and careful controls
    of the temperature to encourage maximum extraction of the coloring substances and at
    the same time to ensure a slower fermentation. This permits the natural release of the
    grapes fragrance and the consequent maceration of at least 20-25 days to ensure that the
    wine acquires greater structure and complexity.
    Aging: once the malo-lactic fermentation process has been carried out, the wine is kept in
    steel containers for 8-10 months, followed by 2-3 months in bottles.
    Pairing: this wine is the ideal complement to traditional Italian cuisine. It is advisable to let
    it decant a few minutes before serving at a temperature at about 18 °C.
    Color: ruby red with violet reflections.
    Fragrance: fruity, fine scent with a touch of a floral note.
    Taste: right balance between structure and softness.