Visual examination: ruby red with light purple highlights.
Aroma: an ample and balanced bouuet with fl oral notes accompanied by red berry fruit and light sensations of spices such as cinnamon and liquorice.
Flavor: a good structure with fl avors of much immediacy, round, balanced, and of good perisstence.
Soil: pliocene origin, sedimentary formations characterized by the presence of alternating strata of yellow sands and clay with a notable presence of marine fossils.
Microclimate: Warm and temperate with average to elevated precipitation, cold winters and warm to very warm summers and particularly sunny late afternoons and sunsets given the precise western exposure.
Exposure: South – West with vine rows facing North-South.
Accompaniments: a wine for an entire meal, perfect with salame and medium-aged cheese.
Characteristics: a discreet use of oak gives it a fresh character, that of a “Super Tuscan to drink”.