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IGT (Typical Geographical Indication) Valli di Porto Pino.
IGT (Typical Geographical Indication) Valli di Porto Pino.
place of origin
Carignano and sangiovese grapes from medium-aged vineyards in coastal areas, erect shrub technique.
soil composition
Red soils and sandy soils poor in organic matter, with excellent drainage, typical of our coastal areas.
grape varieties
Vitigni tipici del territorio 85%, Sangiovese 15%.
Hot and dry summers, mild winters.
In regular years, the harvesting of carignano grapes starts in the second half of September and ends in the first half of October.
vinication and development
The well-ripened, healthy grapes are fermented and macerated for about ten days, in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature of 26-28 °C. This is followed by drawing off, early malolactic fermentation and subsequent evolution in cement vats in order to preserve the wine’s full flavour, taste and bouquet.
tasting notes
Colour: Ruby red. Nose: Fragrant and intense, it imparts a rich palette of sensations, with a fruity flavour and very light spicy notes. Palate: A mellow wine in the mouth, with stylish tannins.
Constant temperature 17 °C, humidity 75-80%, away from light, horizontal bottle.
Medium-large goblet with medium rim, serving temperature 16-18 °C.
A splendid match for zesty dishes such as grilled meat and tasty, semi-mature cheeses.