Type: Rosè wine
Varietals: 50% Montepulciano, 25% Shiraz, 25% Pinot nero.
Classification: I.G.T. Marche
First Year of Production: 2003
Bottles Produced: 5000
Production Zone: Tolentino (MC)
Soil: Alluvial soil. Limestone with clay and fine-grained topsoil.
Planting Year: 2001
Yield: 6,000 kilos per hectare
Vineyard Altitude: 130 meters above sea level
Training System: Espalier, spur cordon
Planting Density: 5,600
Harvest date: August 20, through September
Winemaking notes: Hand harvested and brought with dry ice to the winery in the cool morning. The grapes were gently pressed and the 50% of juice was fermented in vitrified tanks hours for 21 days at 15 °C. Sur lie aging with regular batonnage in vitrified tank, every 20 days during 3 months of aging.
Fermentation Vat Typology: vitrified cement
Aging Period: 6 months
Period of Bottling: March
Alcohol Content: 13 %Vol.
Aging Capacity: 4-5 years
Ideal Temperature for Serving: 10-12°C.
Sensorial Characteristics: Straw yellow. Delicious exotic fruit on the nose in particular pineapple, mango and kiwi. Delicate palate, fresh and well balanced with a mineral finish.
Food Pairings: Fish plate in general, pizza.