It is obtained from the bleeding of the grapes destined to produce the “ Chianti Colli Senesi “: it means that once you arrive in the cellar the grapes remain in cold prefermentative maceration and when the right intensity of dye is reached, the liquid is separated from the skins.
Sangiovese (80%), Canaiolo (10%), Trebbiano (5%) and Malvasia (5%). Vineyards with 5500 vines per hectare and production of 80 quintals of grapes per hectare.
As for the white, the liquid is separated from the skins when the right intensity of dye has been reached and fermentation starts at controlled temperature (15 °) which continues for 10 – 15 days.
Intense pink color, fine and characteristic fruity smell, fresh and harmonious flavor.
Being a fresh and slightly moved wine, it is perfectly suited to accompany appetizers, first courses, and not too demanding second courses.
Serve at 13 – 15 ° C.
Alcohol: 12% Vol.