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Umani Ronchi Serrano Rosso Conero 2006

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Cùmaro is the Greek name for Mount Conero, where soil and a maritime microclimate marry together to form an ideal grape growing terroir. This world renowned wine is one of Umani Ronchi's icons, made from a selection of the best grapes of the 'San Lorenzo' vineyard in Sbrozzola, Osimo. The vineyard lies at an altitude of 150/200 meters. Alcoholic fermentation on the skins takes place for 10/12 days at 27°C, followed by malolactic fermentation at controlled temperature. The wine is then matured for 16 months in Allier and Tronais barriques and then bottle aged in a temperature-controlled room for at least a further 7 months. The wine has a ruby-red core, with garnet hues and an intense, full, ethereal and very persistent bouquet. The palate is harmonious, with hints of wild cherry and fruits of the forest. Pair it with Tandoori spiced lamb chops, lamb and red pepper kebabs, pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and goats cheese.

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Umani Ronchi:
Since the beginning of its history, the Azienda Vinicola Umani Ronchi has distinguished itself as a great interpreter of two of the most typical wines of the Marche region, Verdicchio and Rosso Conero. Massimo Bernetti, who since the 1990s has been joined in the management of the Company by his son Michele (see photo), has created wines which are appreciated throughout the world, has renovate... Read more
Since the beginning of its history, the Azienda Vinicola Umani Ronchi has distinguished itself as a great interpreter of two of the most typical wines of the Marche region, Verdicchio and Rosso Conero. Massimo Bernetti, who since the 1990s has been joined in the management of the Company by his son Michele (see photo), has created wines which are appreciated throughout the world, has renovated the vineyard stock and has refurbished the great winery at Osimo, but he is not yet satisfied and stubbornly insists on following the imperatives of a product of the highest quality. All this translates into serious work of experimental agronomy and vineyard care, and the adoption of the most advanced techniques of cultivation and vinification. n the last few years the growth of interest in the wines produced in the neighbouring region of Abruzzo led Umani Ronchi SpA in 2002 to purchase a 30 hectare holding in the Teramane hills, a designated sub-area of Doc Montepulciano d'Abruzzo which has achieved an upgrade to the prestigious appellation Docg. Here, in the picturesque farmhouse which dominates an estate well-planted with vineyards, a vinification winery is to be constructed, to join the existing ageing cellar. Read less

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Cùmaro is the Greek name for Mount Conero, where soil and a maritime microclimate marry together to form an ideal grape growing terroir. This world renowned wine is one of Umani Ronchi's icons, made from a selection of the best grapes of the 'San Lorenzo' vineyard in Sbrozzola, Osimo. The vineyard lies at an altitude of 150/200 meters. Alcoholic fermentation on the skins takes place for 10/12 days at 27°C, followed by malolactic fermentation at controlled temperature. The wine is then matured for 16 months in Allier and Tronais barriques and then bottle aged in a temperature-controlled room for at least a further 7 months. The wine has a ruby-red core, with garnet hues and an intense, full, ethereal and very persistent bouquet. The palate is harmonious, with hints of wild cherry and fruits of the forest. Pair it with Tandoori spiced lamb chops, lamb and red pepper kebabs, pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and goats cheese.

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