With a concentration level that borders on the brazen, this red wine from the thirty-year-old vines of Carmenère is sparing in its productivity, but generous in sharing its elegant personality and recognizably-unique character. Best enjoyed with grilled meat and both cured and cooked sausages.
Growing Region: Belfiore di Pramaggiore - Venice Province - Veneto Region
Altitude: 7 m A.M.S.L.
Soil: with a high presense of “caranto” a particularly hard and compact composition of clay and limestone.
Trellis System: sylvoz
Plant Density: 3.000 plants per hectare
Age of vines:30 years
The grapes were first placed in stainless steel vats and macerated for about 30 days at a temperature of 26°-30°C / 79°-86°F. Once alcoholic fermentation was completed, the wine was racked into other stainless steel vats, for malolactic fermentation. The wine was then aged in the stainless steel vats for 6 months before bottling.
Color: bright, intense ruby red.
Bouquet: rich and complex; intense in its extremely elegant herbaceous scent (arugula, black pepper, almost "earthy ").
Taste: full, crunchy and harmonious. An almost brazen concentration paired with elegant personality and its recognizably characteristic grape.
12,5% by vol.
18-20°C / 64-68°F
Red and white roast meat, game and wild fowl, barbecued meat, cooked salami.
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