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Camigliano Rosso di Montalcino 2004

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The wine: with paramount refinement in both aroma and taste, it succeeds in expressing the full bouquet of fruit and flowers that characterizes young Sangiovese wines. Soil characteristics: Rosso di Montalcino starts with the company's Sangiovese grapes cultivated in the sandy clay soil, with shells, marl and high limestone content.. Planting density: 3,500 plants/hectare for old vines, 5,000 plants/hectare for young vines. Cultivation method: buttressed string. Vines:100% Sangiovese. Wine making technique: gentle pressing, fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature of 25-26° C; peel steeped for 8-10 days. Refining technique: Six months in oak barrels, six months in bottles. Aging potential: given the sensory properties of the product, this wine expresses all its characteristics within a year after it is introduced on the market and can age in the bottle for a number of years. Conclusion: A wine that immediately expresses all the great potential of the Sangiovese grape, even after a year of aging. The wine ages over time in interesting ways, even in the bottle. This is a wine for every day, particularly for relaxing in the evening at home, after a day's work

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The wine: with paramount refinement in both aroma and taste, it succeeds in expressing the full bouquet of fruit and flowers that characterizes young Sangiovese wines. Soil characteristics: Rosso di Montalcino starts with the company's Sangiovese grapes cultivated in the sandy clay soil, with shells, marl and high limestone content.. Planting density: 3,500 plants/hectare for old vines, 5,000 plants/hectare for young vines. Cultivation method: buttressed string. Vines:100% Sangiovese. Wine making technique: gentle pressing, fermentation in stainless steel at a controlled temperature of 25-26° C; peel steeped for 8-10 days. Refining technique: Six months in oak barrels, six months in bottles. Aging potential: given the sensory properties of the product, this wine expresses all its characteristics within a year after it is introduced on the market and can age in the bottle for a number of years. Conclusion: A wine that immediately expresses all the great potential of the Sangiovese grape, even after a year of aging. The wine ages over time in interesting ways, even in the bottle. This is a wine for every day, particularly for relaxing in the evening at home, after a day's work

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