[ Rich / Structured / Tannic ]


Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG

It is one of the most important Tuscan red wines. It is produced around the ancient town of Montepulciano which has become famous around the world for this special wine. Made from Sangiovese grape, locally named Prugnolo Gentile, it has a deep red colour with orange shades, a mature taste and, thanks to its ageing in wood, some hints of vanilla.

Wine data sheet

100% Sangiovese

Production area

250-400 m a.s.l.

Type of soil
The soil is medium-density Pliocenic soil, rich in sea fossils and remains of ancient civilisation. Tufa rock, rich in sand and clay schists. The soil contains limestone rich in rock fragments that vary depending on the location and altitude of the deposits.

13.5 % vol.

The grapes are destemmed, lightly pressed, then placed to ferment in concrete or steel vats filled up to maximum two thirds of their capacity. Fermentation occurs through selected yeasts for about 12-15 days at a temperature of 20-26°C. This is followed by maceration for 20-25 days at 28-29°C. Racking and Delestage are carried out to help extract noble substances from the skin.

It ages for 24 months in large barrels and for 1 year in concrete and steel vats.

Tasting notes
Compact ruby red colour. The bouquet is austere, with an aroma of red berry pot-pourri, wild berries, cinnamon and vanilla pods. It is rich to the palate, wellstructured and with a good tannic texture. It closes with hints of woodland and ripe red berries.

Food pairings
Red meats, stewed meatballs, sausages, aged cheeses.

0,75 l

Awards and recognitions

Prague Wine Trophy 2018

Prague Premium Gold

Mossiere 2014

Gallery Mossiere - Vino Nobile di Montepulciano

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