Benozzo Rosso IGT 2011
Fermentation is made under controlled temperature (20°-22° C), 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 barrel and it is aged in stainless steel vat with the help of a modern system of micro-oxygenation. Intense ruby red with purplish reflections, dense.
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The bouquet is fruity, mostly with smell of blackberry, great spicy hints of vanilla and blackpepper; the balsamic note denotes the use of the drying process. With this IGT the traditional vinification of the Umbrian autochthonous grape variety by excellence, propose ancient flavours of past centuries once again, through third millennium technologies. It is soft, fresh and tangy right to the point. Tannin is integrated, pleasant, elegant and rounded.
Dietary Information: All-Natural
25000 bottles produced.
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