WINE REFINING: After a soft destemming, grape skins and the must are left to macerate for 4 days long (4-5° C). Alcoholic fermentation starts at a controlled temperature (28-30°C) for the first 2 days of fermentation; then the temperature is brought back to 22-24° C until the end of fermentation. This is followed by pressing and malolactic fermentation.
APPEARANCE AND TASTE: Intense red color with hints of violet, the "appassimento" (straw wine of grapes drying) is a soft and harmonious wine with a sweetly fruity taste with hints of red fruits and toasted spices, well blended in a persistent structure.
WINE PAIRING: It pairs with roasted red meat, main courses and cheeses.