MARCHE IGT ROSSO – RED WINE –
Visual examination: Clear, ruby-red color
Olfactory examination: Red, pink and purple flowers; notes of red berry fruits, crunchy cherry and plum. Winey.
Taste-olfactory examination: Dry, warm and soft flavor, it is a fresh red wine with good tannins.
Sourcing: produced in the Village of San Costanzo, Stacciola Hamlet, Pesaro-Urbino Province, Le Marche Region – Italy
Appellation: Marche Rosso IGT
Grape variety: Sangiovese 50% and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 50%
Harvest season: third decade of September
Harvesting technique: grapes are picked by hand then carefully laid out on small open crates, sorting technique in the vineyard where grapes are thinned out, various harvesting stages
Type of soil: medium mixture – clayey
Wine making: when grapes come into the winery, they are ready to be de-stemmed. Whole grapes are transferred to stainless steel vats where, through punching and reassembly, release the characteristic color to the fermenting mass. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature
Ageing: 4/5 months in stainless steel vats, 2 months in bottle
Alcohol content: 14% – 15%
Serving temperature: 16° in medium size glasses
Food pairing: perfectly with grilled meats and other meat in delicate sauces. Excellent to be combined with aged cheese and local cold cuts