Scalabreto

Vino rosso dolce d’Italia

“Scalabreto was born in 2007 from grapes left to ripen on the vine until the end of November, beginning of December. This is done to decrease the percentage of liquid in the cluster and at the same time to have a more balanced sugar level. In this way we get a wine that is not too sweet on the palate but smooth and yet not intrusive.
Food pairing is with classic pastries, excellent with yogurt or ricotta mousse. Imaginative and curious pairings are the ones based on foie gras or Tuscan chicken liver crostini.
The wine’s name derives from a dialect word used in Maremma to indicate a steep terrain, full of stones.”

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Zona di produzione:  Massa marittima (Grosseto)
Terreni:  argilloso
Esposizione:
Vitigni:  100% Montepulciano
Resa per ettaro: 30 ql.
Acidità totale in acido tartarico:
Acidità volatile in acido acetico:
PH:
Estratto secco netto:
Alcool in volume: 15,5%

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Production

Vinification and fermentation process: late harvesting of grapes at the end of November. This is done to let the grapes dehydrate and so get a higher concentration of sugars.
The soft pressing of grapes is followed by the must’s fermentation in oak barrels where it stays for at least 12 months.

 

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Organolectic features

Color: ruby red with purple highlights
Bouquet: rich, with a light presence of plums, figs and toasted almonds, a nose with a sweet and spicy personality, completely.
The palate is well balanced between a acidity and a sweetness which gives roundnessand a long finish.
Serving temperature: 14°C
Production in n. of bottles: 3.000

Formati

 500

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Tipi di confezione

Bordolesi da 0,50 litri in cartoni da 6 bottiglie.

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