The grapes are from the same vineyard (Patriglione) and are over matured on the vines. This wine is produced only in great vintages.
Additional tasting notes
Color : Dark purple red.
Nose : Black cherry, plums, liquorice, hint of leather, dried fruits, chocolate.
Mouth : Powerful, round, voluptuous, fresh, round tannins, endless lingering flavour.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : In stainless steel tanks, followed by 18 months aging in barrels
Food pairing : Grilled red meats, game, saddle of venison, guinea fowl with balsamic, Chinese food (sweet and sour), full-bodied and powerful cheeses
Aging potential : 15 Years
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