"Igt Rosso Pietraserena" - Toscana Igt Rosso

In the Etrurian times, Tuscany was the cradle of the grapevine and of wine in Italy, because its land and micro-climate have always been especially suitable for that kind of cultivation. Being a Tuscan IGT, means to represent this land in its essence. The main vines which compose this wine are Sangiovese, Black Malvasia, Prugnolo, an ancient autochthonous vine, and canaiolo. It is a wine with a moderate alcoholic strength, good balance, harmonious and with a pleasant colour. A typical wine, suitable for every-day meal.

 

 

CLASSIFICATION: Toscana IGT Rosso
GRAPES: Typical Tuscan, mainly Sangiovese, Black Malvasia, Prugnolo
COLOUR & BOUQUET: Beautiful ruby-red, typical fragrance, full-bodied. MEAL SUGGESTIONS: Suitable for the complete daily menu.
ALC/VOL : Alcol: 12,5 % vol.

 

 

 

 

 

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Rosso Pietraserena Classification: Toscana IGT Rosso
First year of production: 1993 Average number of bottles produced: 30.000
Production area: San Gimignano (SI), Italia Grapes: Sangiovese, Black Malvasia, Prugnolo
Exposure vineyard: South Yield per hectare: 80
Altimetry: 330 Meters above sea level Pruning system: Cordone speronato
Density of the system: 5000 plants / Ha Age of the vineyard: 10 years
Harvest period: beginning of October Material fermentation tanks: Steel Tank with controlled temperature
Aging Material: Cement Tank Vinification: In steel with indigenous yeasts at a controlled temperature
Period of bottling:: February Aging capacity: Good
Service Temperature: 18-20° Package: 750ml
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