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Molinaccio – Sangiovese Colli Martani DOP

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TECHNICAL AND SENSORY NOTES

Wine made from Sangiovese grapes. The wine is aged in barrels of second and third step for about a year. And ‘the wine of the Umbrian tradition that expresses all the characteristics of the grape, which is floral and spicy aromas and a pleasantly tannic taste, accompanied by the typical acidity of Sangiovese. traditional classics with: red meat and game.

ORIGIN OF NAME

Molinaccio is the name of the thirteenth century tower, situated at the foot of the hill of Bettona. It takes its name from the mill that was located next door, also called in the past molinaccio or “molinazzo”. Erected on the handle of the Chiascio river before remediation 800 lapped the foot of the hill was used as a control outpost for sighting of the troops during the war against Perugia. Located between Colle and Passage, the town of Bettona, it is kept in perfect condition, and even today you can see at the top of its battlements. And ‘one of the most important buildings in the area and also one of the most particular, because of its unusual location in the valley is testimony to the glorious past Bettona.

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Description

Name

Molinaccio – Sangiovese Colli Martani D.O.P.

Type of wine

Red

Grapes

Sangiovese

Color

Ruby red, deep and compact but tending to garnet with aging

Perfume

Vinous, characteristic and pleasantly ethereal if aged, elegant and intense Buquet, reminiscent of fruits well blended with spicy notes of wood wood

Flavor

Dry, harmonious, full bodied, slightly tannic when young, delicately fruity, herbaceous and pleasantly bitter. At the table It goes well with baked pasta and pies, grilled meats and roasts succulent, game and aged cheeses

Service temperature

18 ° -20 ° C

Aging

It is subjected to maturation in oak barrels and subsequent bottle for a total period of not less than 18 months

Alcohol content

12.5 to 13% vol.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
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