Organic fertilization. No chemical fertilizers or herbicides are used.
Silt, poor and pebbly, which forces the vine to deepen its roots in search of the “hidden” minerals which provide the wine with its elegance and austerity.
Maceration of the peels for 25-days at temperatures between 22-27° in cement barrels. Malolactic fermentation is naturally stimulated once the pressing occurs.
Of which 15 in barrels of 300 liters of French wood, plus another 9 months of rest in cement barrels.
No use of clarifiers or filters.
13,50% alcohol vol., 32/50 mg/l total SO2
Of a dark, ruby red color. It has slight aromas of cassis, marasca cherries, rosemary, musk and mineral notes, and develops elegantly and intensely across the palate, thanks to silky tannins and to the freshness and richness that lingers through the mineral finish.