- Estate: Militerni
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Elegant to the palate, persistent and enveloping, with a tannin present but never rough. DOCG* Certified.
Hand-picked grapes using traditional methods during early November. Fermentation happens at a controlled temperature ranging between 22º/25ºC, the wine then is left to ripen in small American oak barrels for about 4 months, with further refinement in barrique and then in bottles. The intense ruby colour is a prelude to the unexpected intensity of scents: bush berries, small red fruits, vague fragrance of leather. DOCG* Certification: This classification denotes the highest quality recognition for Italian wines. In addition to the conditions required for DOC, the wines must be "guaranteed" by passing an analysis and a tasting by government-licensed personnel before being bottled. Also, DOCG rules reduce the allowable yield of grapes to produce the wine, limit specific alcohol levels, and minimum aging requirements.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Bright ruby colour with notes of red fruits, from cherry to plum and a mineral and earthy end flavour.
Hand-picked grapes with traditional methods during the first decade of November. Destemming of the grapes, maceration of the skins for about 12 days. Fermentation of the must at controlled temperature at about 22º/25 º; when the alcoholic fermentation is accomplished the wine is left to ripen in small barrels of American oak for about 4 months, with further refinement in bottles.
Ruby red wine with persistent hints of berries and strawberries
A fresh and pleasant wine, due to a small number of “follature” and to a short period of maturation on the skins is possible to obtain a wine that is elegant, warm and perfect with all meals but it is outstanding with pasta with full body sauces, steak and cheeses