Montepulciano is a native vine of central Italy and in particular of the area between Marche and Abruzzo. Harvested by hand in the first ten days of October, its grapes, once softly de-stemmed, undergo a maceration of about 14 days. During this period, the wine also completes the alcoholic fermentation at a temperature not exceeding 20 ° C, to be then introduced into barriques, where the malolactic fermentation ends. Subsequently, the wine is subjected to a further 6 months refinement in wood and a rest in the bottle.
It has an intense ruby red color with slight purple hues, then tending to garnet with aging. On the nose aromas of red fruits and spices. The taste is full, dry, harmonious, rightly tannic.