2015 was a difficult vintage for the Tuscan coast, starting with a harsh and rainy winter, followed by an unstable spring and an extremely hot and dry summer. Production was expected to decline by 10-30% in each region. However, the fruit produced was highly concentrated. Grapes were harvested from Pollona in Cinigiano. Organic farming. Vineyard facing south-southeast at an average altitude of 200 meters. 6600 vines per hectare. Annual production of 6,000 bottles.
The nose is a mixture of berry fruits, wood, and spices. On the palate, the wine stands out for its moderate acidity, tannins, and long finish.
|Type of Wine||Red|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Appellation||Maremma, Toscana, Italy|
|Wine Variety||40% Alicante, 30 % Petit Verdot, 30 % Montepulciano|
|Vinification||Fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 11-14 days, then 13 months in French oak barrels.|