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Sagrantino di Montefalco


Sagrantino di Montefalco - Local red Wine

Classification: Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin
Wine type: Red
Origin of Umbria, the town of Montefalco (PG)
Year: 2013
Grapes: Sagrantino 100%
Harvest: by hand, the first three weeks of October.
Winemaking: Fermentation with the skins for a period of 30-35 days.
Aging: in barriques for 6 months in Slavonian oak for 18 months.
Refined in bottles for 9 months.
Tasting notes
Color: ruby red tending to garnet.
Aroma: The nose is intense and persistent with notes of blackberry and wild berries.
Taste: Dry and harmonious, well-structured, warm and elegant.
Gastronomic combinations: It goes first well-flavored dishes (fettuccine with meat sauce), as well as braised or stewed red meats (wild boar), grilled and roasted meat (lamb), game (woodcocks and palombe) and aged hard cheeses (pecorino cheese).
Alcohol: 14.5% Vol.
Serving temperature: 18 ° C.