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Toscana Rosso IGT "La Quadratura del Cerchio"

Grapes:

Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Sagrantino

Vineyard Exposure:

South/East

Altitude:

Between 800 and 1030 f.a.s.l.

Vine age:

Planted between 2008 and 2012

Soil:

Mainly clayey and tuffaceous (Sangiovese); clayey/sandy,
deep, with calcareous deposits (Montepulciano); clayey/loamy (Sagrantino).

Winemaking:

Fermentation at controlled temperature with selected yeasts, both in steel containers and in truncated conical wooden vats.

Refinement:

18 months in French oak barriques – 50% first passage and 50% second
use.

Tasting Notes:

Three native grapes: Sangiovese, Montepulciano and Sagrantino from three fundamental regions in the Italian wine scene. The bet was to co-ferment them on the same frequency, that of the parallel 43, a tuning that has the ambition to find the maximum balance and create a "perfect individual", a sort of fermentative metamorphosis of three apparently distant but , in the final result, very similar.

SKU:

1804

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