Poggiotondo
Chianti D.O.C.G

Appellation: Chianti DOCG
Grapes: Sangiovese blend
Characteristics of the Territory
Estate: Poggiotondo
Altitude: 100 metres
Surface: 50 hectares
Exposure: southwest
Planting Density: 6250 wine stocks/hectare
Training System: VSP with Guyot pruning

Soil Type: soil of marine origin, calcareous with a high presence of white sea shells that impart elegance and complexity to the wines.
Climate: owing to the proximity of the Mediterranean sea, the western part of the Chianti region has a milder climate resulting in a good balance of the wines.
Vinification and Ageing
Yeld for hectares: 9 tons/ha - 1,45 kg per plant
Harvesting Period: September
Harvestic Method: Manual

Vinification: Fruit was fermented with indigenous yeasts. The wine then went through a bladder press before ageing in cement and large untoasted oak casks. Malolactic fermentation occurred naturally. The grapes were destemmed and gently crushed then fermented in concrete tanks just with their native yeasts, after two weeks they were pressed and the wine went into large casks and concrete tanks to do the ageing.
Tasting Notes: Deep garnet red. On the nose, dried oregano aromas are entwined with dark and red cherries. Ripe cherries on the palate are balanced with grainy tannins so typical of traditional Chianti, with a vibrant, fresh acidity on the finish.