Amedeo Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG 2005
Fermentation is made under controlled temperature, preceded by pre-fermentation cold maceration through the best third millennium technologies, respecting tradition. After the first racking, wine starts settling in stainless steel vats. Afterwards, it starts malolactic fermentation in acsk before starting the long ageing in barrel and the very long ageing in glass. Amedeo has a longer ageing than that of imposed by DOCG regulations, making it excellent in every sensory part. The colour is intense, deep ruby red, with garnet reflection.
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The aroma is full of smell of wild berries jam enriched by cocoa, licorice and vanilla notes. It is spicy and it has got an evolved finish. It is soft, rich in tatse. It is fresh, tangy and with well-integrated tannin; the perception of ageing in cask is present but not invasive. Very lingering, you can feel the pleasantness of jam.
Dietary Information: All-Natural
1998 bottles produced.
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