WINES

The Bolgheri Doc

The first production disciplinary dates back to August 1983. The wines that fall under this appellation are characterised by roundness and softness, always well enlivened by the freshness of the acid component with an excellent long end taste. For this reason, even when the structure is powerful, the wines are always balanced and harmonious.

Rose IGT Toscana

Appellation:: Typical Geographical Indication

Town of production: Castagneto Carducci (Livorno)

Grapes: 100% Merlot

Alcohol: 13% by vol.

Yield in litres / hectare: 6000 litre/ha.

Growing method: Spur pruning (Cordon)

Harvest period: From the last ten days of August.

Release: April of the year following the harvest.

Winemaking: The grapes are vinified in white. The destemmed grapes are softly pressed in order to give the right colour and avoid the extraction of tannins. After 5 hours, we bleed off a portion of the must. In this way, we obtain the characteristic colour and aromas of our Rose IGT Toscana. The alcoholic fermentation is carried out at 18°C.

Aging: Rosé IGT Toscana refines on its lees for at least 5 months.

Main analytical parameters

  • Alcohol: 13% by vol.
  • Total acidity: 5.60 g / l expressed as tartaric acid
  • pH: 3.35
  • Sugars: 1.4 g / l

Description: Bright coral reflections, hints of mango, mandarin, and melon with a blow of anise. A full taste and enveloping softness that find their balance through a sapid and fresh aroma, not extreme but invigorating. Firm structured and elegant texture define our rosé.

Rose Bolgheri DOC

Appellation: Rose Bolgheri DOC

Town of production: Castagneto Carducci (Livorno)

Grapes: 60% Sangiovese 40% Merlot

Alcohol: 12.5% by vol.

Yield in litres / hectare: 5000 litre/ha.

Growing method: Spur pruning (Cordon)

Harvest period: From the last ten days of August.

Release: April of the year following the harvest.

Winemaking: The grapes are vinified in white. The destemmed grapes are softly pressed in order to give the right colour and avoid the extraction of tannins. After 5 hours, we bleed off a portion of the must. In this way, we obtain the characteristic colour and aromas of our Rose Bolgheri DOC. The alcoholic fermentation is carried out at 16-18°C.

Aging: Rosé IGT Toscana refines on its lees for at least 6 months.

Main analytical parameters

  • Alcohol: 12.5% by vol.
  • Total acidity: 5.85 g/l expressed as tartaric acid
  • pH: 3.25
  • Sugars: 1.3 g/l

Description: Fragrant, fresh and fruity. Good structure and flavour, drinkability and profound bouquet. It leaves a memory of peach skin and orange peel that make it different, unique, ours.

Red DOC Bolgheri

Appellation: Controlled Designation of Origin

Town of production: Castagneto Carducci (Livorno)

Grapes: 100% Merlot

Alcohol: 14.5% by vol.

Yield in litres / hectare: 6000 litre/ha.

Growing method: Spur pruning (Cordon)

Harvest period: From the second ten days of September.

Release: December of the following two years after the harvest.

Alcoholic Fermentation and Maceration: The destemmed grapes are not pressed in order to respect the integrity of the skins. During the fermentation, the “punch-down” process is frequently carried out to facilitate the extraction of aromas, colour and tannins from the grape marcs. Once the maceration is done, after 8 to 12 days, we draw off the wine.

Malolactic fermentation and aging: After being drawn off, the wine is decanted and prepared for the malolactic fermentation which lasts about 10 days and takes place at a temperature of 20°C. The “Rosso Bolgheri DOC is aged in 500-litre oak barrels; before release, it spends 6 months in the bottle.

Main analytical parameters

  • Alcohol: 14.5% by vol.
  • Total acidity: 5.50 g / l expressed as tartaric acid
  • pH: 3.35
  • Sugars: < 1 g/l

Description: A Bolgheri, our Merlot in purity expresses intensity and generosity. The deep and impenetrable colour creates an intriguing expectation expressed by the ripe dark fruit together with the rich, enveloping and full palate. Black is the colour of the space which is infinite like the Merlot of Campo al Signore.

Campo al Signore DOC Bolgheri

Appellation: Controlled Designation of Origin

Town of production: Castagneto Carducci (Livorno)

Grapes: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 10% Petit Verdot

Alcohol: 14% by vol.

Yield in litres / hectare: 6000 litre/ha.

Growing method: Spur pruning (Cordon)

Harvest period: From the last ten days of September

Bottling: December of the following two years after the harvest.

Alcoholic Fermentation and Maceration: The destemmed grapes are not pressed in order to respect the integrity of the skins. During the alcoholic fermentation, the “punch-down” process is frequently carried out to facilitate the extraction of aromas, colour and tannins from the grape marcs. Once the maceration is done, after 10 to 14 days, we draw off the wine. Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot are vinified with the stalks.

Malolactic fermentation and aging:After being drawn off, the wine is decanted and prepared for the malolactic fermentation which lasts about 10 days and takes place at a temperature of 22°C. The “Campo al Signore DOC is aged in 500-litre oak barrels; before release, it spends 6 months in the bottle.

Main analytical parameters

  • Alcohol: 14% by vol.
  • Total acidity: 5.80 g/l expressed as tartaric acid
  • pH: 3.25
  • Sugars: < 1 g/l

Description: Campo al Signore is a lifestyle, a philosophy. It is elegance, hard work, study and experimentation, reaching that perfection that in Bolgheri is called balance and tannic precision. The Cabernet Sauvignon, supported by the silkiness of Merlot and the colour and fruit of Petit Verdot, is a reflection of our way of thinking and our idea of ​​great wine. Code word: Elegance.

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