“Villa di Capezzana” Rosso Carmignano DOCG 2017 (BIO) · MAGNUM in OWC

    Tenuta di Capezzana | Tuscany
    Tenuta di Capezzana S.r.l. | Via Capezzana 100 | IT 59015 Carmignano

    "Villa di Capezzana" Rosso Carmignano DOCG 2017 (BIO) <br>MAGNUM in OWC

    Villa di Capezzana is considered one of the longest-lived wines of Tuscany, a vertical tasting with 20 vintages went back to 1937 - none of the vintages showed signs of fatigue. The wine is fermented spontaneously and aged in large and small wooden barrels, one third of the small wood is renewed every year.

    Dark ruby red. Black cherries, blackberries, cassis and noble woods dominate the nose. On the palate, the wine is firm, well structured and with a long finish. Decanting recommended. SUPERIORE.DE

    "Aged partially in large oak, this organic Carmignano - a blend of 80% Sangiovese and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon - shines for its richness of fruit with ripe cherry and cassis, clove and carrube spices, then officinal herbs in depth. Broad and powerful, extracted yet crunchy, it shows a fresh yet not overt acidity, with a glycerol-rich texture and a great saline finish." Decanter
    56,90 €

    29582517 · 1,5 l · 37,93 €/l · Price (DE) incl. VAT, excl. Shipping< 24 units available

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    Product Details
    • Grape Varieties: 80% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
    • Cultivation: biological
    • Expansion: 12 months tonneau/16 months large wooden barrel
    • Vegan Clearing: yes
    • Development: partly barrique
    • Filtration: yes
    • Alcohol Content: 14,50 % vol
    • Sulfite: 78 mg/l
    • ph-Value: 3,36
    • Closure: natural cork
    • Serving Temperature: 18-20 °C
    • Storage Potential: 2038+
    • Eco-Control-No.: IT-BIO-007
    • Allergen Note: contains sulphites
    Character
    • Strong / spicy / earthy
    • Wine for Fireplace/Tobacco Lovers
    Fits to:
    • Dark Meat
    • Dark Poultry
    • Medium old Cheese
    • Terrines and Pasty
    • Mild wild Dishes
    stored air-conditioned
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