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Sangiovese Terre degli Osci IGT 2011

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Wine Description

Made from 100% Sangiovese grown in the Ramitello and Martarosa vineyards and hand-harvested in October, this wine is aged in stainless steel and large oak barrels for six months to achieve greater smoothness and softness while preserving the supple fruit-forward characteristics of Sangiovese.

Tasting Notes

Bright red in color, aromas of violets and red berries complement undertones of leather and anise.  On the palate, this wine is dry and mellow with smooth tannins that make for a crowd-pleasing, easy-to-drink red wine.

Food Pairing

Pair this wine with hamburgers, Bolognese sauces, lasagna, and even paella valenciana.

  • Vineyard & Production Info

    • Vineyard name: The Martarosa and Ramitello vineyards
    • Vineyard size: 63 acres
    • Soil composition: Calcareous Clay-Loam
    • Training method: Espalier
    • Elevation: 330 feet
    • Vines/acre: 1,800
    • Yield/acre: 6.0-7.2 tons
    • Exposure: Southeastern / Southwestern
    • Year vineyard planted: 1968
    • Harvest time: October
    • First vintage of this wine: 1972
    • Bottles produced of this wine: 360,000
  • Winemaking & Aging

    • Varietal composition: 100% Sangiovese
    • Fermentation container: Stainless steel tanks
    • Length of alcoholic fermentation: 10 days
    • Fermentation temperature: 72 °F
    • Maceration technique: Punchdown
    • Length of maceration: 10-15 days
    • Malolactic fermentation: Yes
    • Type of aging container: Stainless steel tanks and Tonneaux
    • Size of aging container: 500 L (Tonneaux)
    • Age of aging container: Two years (Tonneaux)
    • Type of oak: French
    • Length of aging before bottling: 6 months
    • Length of bottle aging: 3 months
  • Analytical Data

    • Alcohol: 13.0 %
    • pH level: 3.7
    • Residual sugar: 1.9 g/L
    • Acidity: 5.2 g/L
    • Dry extract: 31.5 g/L