TOP 3 UMBRIAN WINES

TOP 3 UMBRIAN WINES
March 16, 2021 adminIFAW

LUIGI E GIOVANNA Orvieto Doc Classico Superiore

 

Exposure: South-West Altitude: 200-300 m above sea level
Soil: Sedimentary, with presence of marine fossils, pebbles and calcareous agglomerates
Yield per hectare: about 60 qli
Harvesting: Manual
Harvest period: September-October
Fermentation: With indigenous yeasts, in steel for 20 days
Fermentation temperature: 15-20 °C
Agriculture: Biodynamically inspired. We do not use herbicides in our vineyards. We do not use pesticides. Fertilisation is carried out with biodynamic preparations, burying of shoots and green manure of grasses and legumes.
Age of the vines: 30 years
Colour: Intense straw yellow
Bouquet: Fruity, tropical, elegant and enveloping
Taste: Harmoniously complex and very pleasant
Food pairing: Excellent with first courses, even complex ones, shellfish, fish, mixed fried food and white meat
Serving temperature:12-15 °C

 

 

CALCAIA Muffa Nobile

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Exposure: South-West Altitude:200-300 slm
Soil: Sedimentary, with the presence of marine fossils, pebbles and calcareous agglomerates
Yield per hectare: about 30 qli
Harvesting: Manual
Harvest period: October-December
Fermentation: With native yeasts, in steel for 20 days
Fermentation temperature: 15-20 °C
Agriculture: Biodynamically inspired. We do not use herbicides in our vineyards. We do not use pesticides. Fertilisation is carried out with biodynamic preparations, burying of shoots and green manure of grasses and legumes.
Age of vines:  30 years
Colour: Golden yellow
Bouquet: Elegant and enveloping bouquet of acacia honeys and hints of spices, saffron Taste:Unctuous and persuasive, harmoniously soft, sweet and persistent Food pairing:It goes well with starters of foie gras, blue, goat or spicy cheeses, dry pastries. It is a great meditation wine
Serving temperature: 12-14 °C

 

SAGRANTINO MONTEFALCO ANTONELLI

The Sagrantino vine, cultivated for centuries exclusively in Montefalco, seems to have been brought there from Asia Minor by the followers of St. Francis.

Exposure: south and south-west
Altitude: 300-400 slm
Yield per hectare: 45 hl/ha.
Harvesting: Manual
Harvest period: second week of October
Fermentation: on the skins for 25-40 days
Fermentation temperature: 25-28°C
Agriculture: Biodynamically inspired. We do not use herbicides in our vineyards. We do not use pesticides. Fertilisation is carried out with biodynamic preparations, burying of shoots and green manure of grasses and legumes.
Age of vines:  15 years
Tasting: Intense ruby red colour. Rich and powerful nose, ethereal and complex. Typically characterised by notes of fruit and herbs, where citrus, cherry, wild berries, mint and oregano stand out. On the palate it is a very structured wine, with firm and persistent tannins.
Pairings: Accompanies grilled and roasted meats, braised or stewed red meats, game and mature hard cheeses.
Serving temperature: 18°C

 

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