Lenòs means “wine press” in ancient Greek. The name is linked to the symbol of our winery, the hand-made wine press in wood of the late 1700, but also to the ancient Greeks, who played a key role in the development of the wine tradition of our region.
Denomination: Marche Rosso IGT
Grapes: Sangiovese (50%), Vernaccia Nera (50%)
Soil: Medium texture, 550 m above sea level
Harvesting: Hand made in small boxes. Manual grape selection on the field.
Vinification: Spontaneous fermentation on indigenous yeasts in cement tanks, with frequent pump-overs.
Aging: The Sangiovese ages for 12 months in small oak barrels. Vernaccia Nera ages for 12 months in steel tanks. It also ages for 12 months in bottle
Bottling: It is bottled without filtering nor fining.