Obtained from Pinot Noir grapes, at an altitude of 200m, on sility, sandy-marl soil. Harvested by hand. Ruby red colour, with light purple reflections,its bouquet suggets small red fruits and is floral, light and spicy. Soft, enveloping, well structured, persistent, harmonious.
Aged wine with excellent properties, with a balanced presence of tannins and acidity. Firm, intense and well structured. It has a ruby red color with garnet hues. On the nose notes of cherry and ripe plum with warm notes of cinnamon and spices. On the palate it is full and harmonious with intense persistence Pairings:
The Aleatico grape is a historic protagonist of the Marche region and has with a very intense and bright pink color. Its notes recall carnations, currants, wild strawberry, cranberry, aromatic herbs and exotic spices with pepper prevailing in the various green, red and black tones. On tasting, it has an authoritative volume, the result of a lengthy maturation in the vineyard. The wine has a non-exuberant but decisive tannin that allows its aromatic characteristics to express themselves.
Made with locally grown hand harvested, Sangiovese grapes. Vinification at controlled temperature in steel vates, then medium-seasoned French barriques, with ageing in the bottle. Ruby red in colour with violet reflections, hints of red fruit well integrated with spiced, elegant, fine, woody notes. Consistent, soft, well-structured wine.
This Marche Rosso IGT is the fruit of a grapes blend. The passage in large wood gives this wine particular harmony. You may smell the berries and spices. The initial red berry turns into an extremely complex and pleasant bouquet of spices, with a final note of cocoa. On the palate it is persistent, complex and elegant. Serving temperature 18-20 ° C
Intense red wine with impenetrable textures. On the nose an intense fruity perfume with hints of small red fruits. On the palate an elegant acidity-tannin balance gives perceptions of warmth and softness.
The wine undergoes protein stabilization without refrigeration Pairings It goes well with first reds and roast meats in general.