the grapes come from a vineyard planted relatively recently. Guyot training, 2.5m between rows, 1m between vinestocks. 10-18 buds per vine. Clay limestone soil with a good balance of organic matter. The vineyards are mown and mulched. The antiparasitic treatments with low environmental impact are carried out only when the seasonal weather conditions require it. The vines are thinned after flowering.
70-80 q hectare.
the grapes are picked by hand in mid-September.
in steel tanks following destalking, on the skins for 7-8 days.
3 months in a tank then bottled for at least 50-60 days.
in the glass it is an intense ruby red with purple hues. The bouquet presents aromas of maraschino cherries and raspberries. On the palate it is medium-dry, with moderate sparkle, notes of red fruit. Good structure, intensity and persistence.
the slight sparkle makes it ideal to accompany the traditional cold cuts of our region (salame, coppa, pancetta) and cooked dishes such as cotechino. It also goes well with boiled meats.