Ramitello Biferno Rosso DOC 2012

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This wine is made from a selection of the best Montepulciano and Aglianico grapes grown in the Ramitello vineyard.  After fermentation in stainless steel, the wine is aged in a combination of stainless steel tanks and barriques for eighteen months. The final wine shows firm structure yet ripe, accessible fruit.

Tasting Notes

Deep ruby-red in color, Ramitello offers aromas of plums, forest fruits, dark chocolate, leather, and licorice.  On the palate, a rich and velvety body pushes flavors to continue over a long and intriguing finish.

Food Pairing

Pair this wine with grilled steaks, Port sauces, Scandinavian-style venison, and beef bourgignon.

Vineyard & Production Info
Production area/appellation:
Molise DOC
Vineyard name:
The Ramitello vineyard
Vineyard size:
45 acres
Soil composition:
Training method:
330 feet
3.6-4.8 tons
Year vineyard planted:
Harvest time:
First vintage of this wine:
Bottles produced of this wine:
Winemaking & Aging
Varietal composition:
85% Montepulciano, 15% Aglianico
Fermentation container:
Stainless steel tanks
Length of alcoholic fermentation:
15-20 days
Fermentation temperature:
77 °F
Maceration technique:
Length of maceration:
30 days
Malolactic fermentation:
Type of aging container:
Barriques and Stainless steel tanks
Size of aging container:
228 L (Barriques)
Type of oak:
French: Allier and Nevers
Length of aging before bottling:
18 months
Length of bottle aging:
6 months

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