Grape varieties: Montepulciano
Montepulciano to the nth degree for a particularly deep red wine whose fermentation takes place in steel and whose maturation takes place in large oak barrels for at least 30 months. The Marche Rosso IGT "Vigneto del Solleone" from Fattoria San Lorenzo is a red capable of recounting all the extraordinary potential of one of the most important grape varieties in Italy, also in terms of longevity. To try.
Tasting notes: Dark ruby red, on the nose it expresses notes of beetroot, elderberry, cocoa, ink and licorice. An unmistakable olfactory profile that opens up to a rich, deep and sanguine taste. Balanced by a slight acidity, it is remembered for a beautiful gustatory texture and a long finish.
Pairings: Throughout the meal, the "Vigneto del Solleone" is red that goes well with rich meat dishes. Excellent with stews and braised meats