Tana del Diavolo


IGT UMBRIA. The grapes chosen by manually harvesting the Sangiovese, Cabernet and Merlot vineyards located in the upper part of the Carnaiola hill, whose exposure and agronomic characteristics are particularly suitable for the cultivation of red wines, are separately vinified. From this blend of the three varieties, aged for over a year in oak barriques, a soft, sweet and at the same time persistent and structured wine is born.

Add to wishlist

    Type of grape used: Sangiovese – Cabernet – 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 a careful
    control of the temperatures to encourage maximum extraction of the coloring substances
    whilst at the same time ensuring a slower fermentation allowing the grapes to release its
    aroma to the maximum, and the consequential maceration for at least 20-25 days.
    Aging: once the malo-lactic fermentation process is under way, the wine is aged for 12-18
    months in French wooden barriques. Once bottled, the wine continues its refinement for
    about 5-6 months.
    Pairing: This wine goes well with red meats, especially roasted. It is advisable to decant
    for a few minutes before serving at a temperature of 18 ° C.
    Colour: intense ruby red with garnet reflections
    Fragrance: evident notes of spices, vanilla and red berry fruits
    Taste: rounded and persistent on the palate, harmonious with good structure, with hints of
    vanilla and fruit.