Umbria Rosso IGT

Red Wine

The Rosso IGT has a dry and fresh taste with very delicate tannins.
Its liveliness makes it suitable for simple, everyday tasting. It firmly expresses the strength of the Umbrian terroir and the freshness of the Montefalco hills.


Grape variety: Sangiovese 80%, Merlot 20%

density: 4300 per ha

Cultivation: Guyot

Altitude: 380 m a.s.l

Bottles produced: 2000

Harvest time: late September sangiovese, late August/early September merlot.

Winemaking: spontaneous and separate fermentation for the two types of grapes for about 20 to 30 days.

Aging: blending of the varieties, followed by aging for 3 months in steel and in the bottle rests for 2 months.

Serving temperature: 16°-18°

Tasting: Bright ruby red color. The nose releases aromas of red fruits, cherries and plums. On the palate it remains fresh, balanced and with delicate tannin

Umbria Rosso IGT

Sangiovese is one of the most widespread Italian grape varieties, from Romagna to Campania to southern Italy in Calabria.
Sangiovese has now also become popular in California, thanks to the international success of so-called "super tuscans" wines.
From Napa Valley, it has spread to major California wine areas from Sonoma County to San Luis Obispo.

Flavors & Food Pairings

Culinary pairings

Sopas and baked pastas, barbecued red meats, semi-mature cheeses.


Balanced, firm, pleasantly persistent.


Compagno di sbronze
C. Bukowski

Oceano mare
A. Baricco


Me so’ mbriacato

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