La Palombara, Gualdo Cattaneo
In barrique for 18 months, then in bottle for 5 years
The best grapes are esteemed and lighty pressed avoiding skin laceration, then put in fermentation. Alcoholic fermentation lasts about 10 days, then the wine stays on its skins for 12 days. After malolactic fermentation, the aging lasts 12 months in barrique and at least 5 years in bottle.
Colour Granate red with orangey reflections
Scents Intense and strong hints of blackberry jam, dried plums and sweet spices. Notes of mint and black truffle. Sweet roasting in the finish
On the palate Very persistent, it’s a full-bodied, full-structured wine, warm and soft with an elegant tannin
Pairings Perfect with succulent dishes, fat meat, braised meat