Wine Details

Indigenous Rosso Piceno DOC

70% Montepulciano and 30% Sangiovese from 30-year-old vines planted on a southern exposure in clay soil at an elevation of 860 ft. Fermented in stainless steel and aged for 6 months. These two age-old Italian grape varieties grow ideally in the region of March (opposite Tuscany, on the Adriatic coast) with its cold winters and warm summers.

Region:

Producer:

Indigenous

Varietal:

30% Sangiovese 70% Montepulciano

Vineyard:

Barbara, Marche; southwest exposure

Yield:

6,000 bottles per ha

Aging:

2 months in bottle

Alcohol content:

14.0%

Age of vines:

30 years

pH level:

3.6

Acidity:

5.4 g/l

Production:

10,000 cases

Soil:

Clay of medium consistency

Training:

Cordone Speronato

Average altitude:

260 meters / 850 feet

Vinification:

maceration for 7 days

Harvest:

End of September

Release:

Spring

Residual Sugar:

0 g/l

Evolution:

Flavors:

Full to medium body, fine tannins and a flavorful finish

Colors:

Ruby Red

Aromas:

Aromas of dried blackberry, toasted coffee bean and hints of walnut