Dante Marramiero Montepulciano 2001 75 cl

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Dante Marramiero denomination: "Dante Marramiero", Montepulciano d'Abruzzo d.o.c. - v.q.p.r.d. Harvest: 2003 healthy, well ripe grapes - natural sugars 23-25%. Provenance: Masseria Sant’Andrea, Villa San Giovanni (Pescara) - Italy. Vinification: fermentation with the skins in submerged cap vats, long maceration at a temperature of 25 to 30 ° c. Integral extraction of the wine with soft presses. Grape variety: Montepulciano aged 55-60 years. Located on a very clayey south-facing soil from which grapes very rich in extracts and sugars are obtained, with selection of the bunches, so as to harvest 25/30 q per hectare. Alcohol content: 14.50% aging: in vats for 18 months, small new barrels for at least 24 months and in the bottle for at least 6 years. Organoleptic characteristics: intense, lively and deep ruby ​​red color with hints of garnet nuances. Persistent, ample and complex aromas, which express notes of fruit, spices and flowers. On the palate it presents itself with a powerful and at the same time delicate, rich entrance, with a lasting sensation and intriguing originality. The aftertaste expresses olfactory harmonies on tones of jams. A wine of tasty complexity that invites a repeated tasting. Storage method: in the dark at a constant temperature around 15 ° c. How to serve: it is recommended to pour it into a decanter and let it rest until it gradually reaches a serving temperature of 17 ° / 20 ° c. It goes well with: its great softness and richness of tannins make it ideal for savory first courses also based on truffles and mushrooms, red meat, game, aged cheeses and cured meats

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Italy - Tuscany