Duca Di Saragnano - Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano DOCG - Tuscany - Italy

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Product SKU
IT172
Vintage: 2018
Deeply intense red colour shows light garnet hues in the glass. The broad and long-lasting nose boasts violet, forest berries, spices and tobacco scents. The well-structured tannins from slow aging in oak barrels add structure, elegance and the right smoothness level to this wine.
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Country ITALY Region Tuscany Grape Varietal Blend Of Red Grapes

Product Description

Description

Deeply intense red colour shows light garnet hues in the glass. The broad and long-lasting nose boasts violet, forest berries, spices and tobacco scents. The well-structured tannins from slow aging in oak barrels add structure, elegance and the right smoothness level to this wine.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Pair with roasted red meats, game, braised meats
  • Cheese Pairs well with soft cheese

Accolades

Awards

Luca Maroni 96 Points

An Italian wine expert, famous wine journalist, critic and author, Luca Maroni has also created his own rating system for wines, contributed to wine education and has collaborated with top Italian wineries.

Wine Facts

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Blend Of Red Grapes
Vintage 2018
Region Tuscany
Country ITALY
Winemakers Francesco Franchetti & Andrea Bernardini
Aging 18 months in large oak barrels plus a minimum of 6 months in stainless steel tanks.
Mouth Attribute Elegant, Oaky, Structured, Tannic, Smooth
Nose Attribute Red Berries, Spices, Tobacco
SKU IT172

Vineyard Info

The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano production zone comprises the land belonging to the municipal area of Montepulciano in the province of Siena, a particularly favourable location on the hilly ridge between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia.

The land in this production zone is at altitudes of between 250 and 580 metres a.s.l. and the quality of the wines produced here is largely influenced by its climactic and geological features. The soil is composed mainly by calcareous clay and the main grape variety planted here is a particular clone of Sangiovese called Prugnolo Gentile supported by Merlot and other indigenous grape varieties like Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Colorino, etc. These terrains derive directly from the deep-sea water that emerged during geological era of Pliocene.

The Spurred-Cordon and Guyot, are the main growing method in this specific area.

Description

Deeply intense red colour shows light garnet hues in the glass. The broad and long-lasting nose boasts violet, forest berries, spices and tobacco scents. The well-structured tannins from slow aging in oak barrels add structure, elegance and the right smoothness level to this wine.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Pair with roasted red meats, game, braised meats
  • Cheese Pairs well with soft cheese

Awards

Luca Maroni 96 Points

An Italian wine expert, famous wine journalist, critic and author, Luca Maroni has also created his own rating system for wines, contributed to wine education and has collaborated with top Italian wineries.

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Blend Of Red Grapes
Vintage 2018
Region Tuscany
Country ITALY
Winemakers Francesco Franchetti & Andrea Bernardini
Aging 18 months in large oak barrels plus a minimum of 6 months in stainless steel tanks.
Mouth Attribute Elegant, Oaky, Structured, Tannic, Smooth
Nose Attribute Red Berries, Spices, Tobacco
SKU IT172

The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano production zone comprises the land belonging to the municipal area of Montepulciano in the province of Siena, a particularly favourable location on the hilly ridge between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia.

The land in this production zone is at altitudes of between 250 and 580 metres a.s.l. and the quality of the wines produced here is largely influenced by its climactic and geological features. The soil is composed mainly by calcareous clay and the main grape variety planted here is a particular clone of Sangiovese called Prugnolo Gentile supported by Merlot and other indigenous grape varieties like Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Colorino, etc. These terrains derive directly from the deep-sea water that emerged during geological era of Pliocene.

The Spurred-Cordon and Guyot, are the main growing method in this specific area.