Area of origin: the vineyards are located in the low hills of Cupi, a small fraction of the municipality of Magliano in Toscana, known for the great quality of its lands, many of which are destined for vineyards.
Type of farming: the vineyards are raised using the Guyot system, with the orientation of the rows from north to south, thus ensuring excellent interception of solar radiation; this position ensures a good thermal summation during maturation. The number of buds per plant ranges from 6 to 8, depending on their strength; planting pattern and layout of 2.70m. X 0.80m.
Grapes: 100% Ciliegiolo
Harvest: Generally takes place in the first twenty days of September, “Ciliegiolo” is among the first red grapes to be harvested, following the evaluation of the main phenolic maturation parameters of the grapes.
Vinification: After a soft destemming-pressing process, the grapes are fermented at a controlled temperature, characterised by frequent reassembling and offloading, and aimed at enhancing the aromas and colours of this vine.
Maturation: The wine is then stored in stainless steel tanks until late spring, a moment considered ideal for the bottling of the product.
Ageing: minimum 60 days in the bottle.
Colour: intense ruby red, with violet reflections.
Bouquet: cherry and notes of fresh and intense red fruit are the predominant features.
Tasting: a wine with good structure and pleasantness, easy to drink and combine, even with fish dishes containing a red-sauced base, such as soups for example.
Serving temperature: 18°C but during the summer it could also be enjoyed cooled at 12-14 ° C