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Nero di Vite Piceno 2005

Le Caniette

Ruby-red color. Perfume of rather mature red fruits with hints of spices, graphite and chocolate. Intense taste, persistent and properly tannic.

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Accompagnement
Sophisticated meat courses, or game.

Bio-classification
Bio wine

Bio wine

IT-BIO-009
EU agriculture

Availability: In stock

€37.90 *
0.75 Litres (50.53€/L)
PRICE INCL. VAT, EXCL. SHIPPING

Delivery time: 3-7 days

Complexity
Class and austerity

Vine
50% Sangiovese 50% Montepulciano

Serving Temperature
18-20°C

Appellation
DOC

Alcohol Percentage
14,5% vol.

The comment of our oenologist

Nero di Vite. Great aging in wood for an important wine. Expression of the Montepulciano without compromises; austere to the nose, surly, it takes time and attention to understand its concept. Nez de viande, resin, a wine with a difficult approach, which appeals to the wine lover that knows the grape variety and wants to deepen his/her knowledge. Great substance in the mouth, complete and flavorful. Montepulciano, a grape variety that is pretty "empty" of aromas, but with a monumental mouth, like the wines from Apulia.

Details

Winery
Le Caniette

Region
Marche

Terroir
Altitude of the vineyards: 280 to 300 m. Melted mixed-soil with calcareous characteristics. The climate is influenced by the Adriatic sea, less airy, therefore significant heat in the summer.
Grape variety
50% Sangiovese 50% Montepulciano

Cultivation Method
Spur cordon. 5.000 stems per hectare. Production: approximately 4 tons/Ha.
Vinification & Aging
Maceration in oak vats with a capacity of 60 hl for 6 to 9 days. Malolactic fermentation and aging in new barrique for 30 to 36 months, then at least another 10 months in the bottle.
Analytical Data
Sugar: 3,5 g/l. Acidity: 5,8 g/l. Alcohol 14,5% vol.
Longevity
A wine with a great complexity that does not need further aging - ready to be consumed.

To Decant
Please decant by pouring all at once.

Allergenic Information
Contains Sulfites
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