Marco Casolanetti and Eleonora Rossi produce one of the most characteristic and greatest wines of Italy. It is produced only from vines of Montepulciano. Yields are very low with 6,600 bottles for 17 hectares.
Robert Parker compares this wine from the Marche region with the great Amarone Veneto, "If Romano Dal Forno was producing wine in the Marche, it would probably resemble this one."
Additional tasting notes
Color : Dark red and concentrated.
Nose : Rich, candied black fruits, vanilla, blackcurrant.
Mouth : Powerful with well balanced tannins that provide a pleasant roundness.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : The aging period lasts 18 to 20 months in new small oak barrels.
Food pairing : Alone for relaxing, red meat, roast lamb or goat cooked, cheese.
Aging potential : 16 Years and >
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