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Altitude: 280-350 metres (900-1.150 ft.) Exposure: South – South-West
Soil: rocky and abundant minerals of iron which give the typical reddish colour to the indigenous rock
Climate: mild in respect to that of the plain. It permits an even distribution of precipitation between both spring and autumn, and ventilation of the vineyard supported by almost daily “descending” winds brought about by the Alpine bow. In the winter, snow is frequent, which supports the slow process of sedimentation of the soil
Winemaking: crushed and macerated for about 10-12 days in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature. The wine stays for 12-18 months in stainless steel tanks
Wine Description: a red wine; with a delicate mineral note with hints of violet, rose and liquorice. In the mouth is fresh, well balanced, with silky tannins and a long and smooth finish
Food matches: starters, pasta dishes, roasted meat and seasoned cheese Serving temperature: 18/20° C Shelf life: table wine to drink young
Alcohol: 12.5%Vol. Acidity: 5.5 g/Lt. Sugar residual: 1.1 g/Lt.