From Umbria, right in the center of Italy. This Rosso di Montefalco made by one of the most iconic producers of the region. Cherries and wild berries. Dry, balanced and well structured. If you like a bit of grip and muscles this wine will blow you mind.
"One hundred ninety hectares (469 acres) in a single estate, which was bought by Antonelli family in 1881, making it one of the historical wineries of the Montefalco DOCG area. The hills are pristine, surrounded by wooded areas and have an ideal microclimate for vines and olive trees. Ten hectares (24 acres) are dedicated to olive groves, while slightly more than 50 (123 acres) are covered by vineyards; these crops are located on the hilltops, with southern and western exposure. Varietals: Grechetto and Trebbiano Spoletino for the whites, while the red varietals are mainly Sangiovese and Sagrantino."
|Country: Italy||Closure: Cork|
|Region: Umbria||Bottle Vol: 750ml|
|Vintage : 2016||Blend Info: 70% Sangiovese 15% Sagrantino and 15% Montepulciano|
|Farming: Organic principles|