Average altitude (asl): 250 - 500 mts | Soil: marly, with weaving away | Production: 500 kgs/hectare
Aged in 350 liters French Oak tonneau for 12 months. Then in bottle for further 10 months.
Color: intense ruby red, with garnet tendencies. Bouquet: wide, rich and spicy, with hints of cherries and juniper. Taste: full, extremely harmonic and velvety, well balanced acidity with tannins; well proportioned oak component to the wine's fruit.
Roasted red meat, noble poultry and game; dishes of important meat, regional cuisine dishes.
It’s one of the historical Ronchi of Castelluccio, produced from small and sparse Sangiovese grapes, grown at 350 mt. (1.050 fts above sea level) in the vineyard carrying the same name. It is a toponym linked to an easily identifiable element, visible from the access driveway: two huge Cherry trees (Ciliegi), that unmistakably break away from the bushes, almost as a border signal