The vineyards La Cascina, Il Bricco and San Stefanetto belong to the Pio family at Treiso.
Fermentation takes place in stainless steel, at controlled temperatures, with maceration on the skins for 20 days.
Aging lasts 28 months in small oak barrels and oak casks from France: about 35% in small barrels and 65% in casks of 20 to 50 hectolitres. Then finally, six months in bottle.
Additional tasting notes
Color : ruby red with purple highlights.
Nose : aromas very fine, noble and elegant. Ripe fruit, tobacco, liquorice.
Mouth : round and elegant. Good structure and concentration. The tannins are present but not imposing.
Alcohol level : 14.0%
Winemaking : Aging lasts 28 months in small oak barrels and oak casks from France: about 35% in small barrels and 65% in casks of 20 to 50 hectolitres. Then finally, six months in bottle.
Food pairing : Red and white meat, dishes with truffle, saddle of venison, rabbit with polenta, cheese
Aging potential : 10 to 15 Years
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