Wine Antonelli San Marco, Montefalco Rosso DOC, 2014
Wine red-ruby color.
The wine has an intense, harmonious taste with shades of cherries and wild berries. A dry, balanced and well-structured chord ends with a long, refined and refreshing aftertaste.
The aroma of wine reveals beautiful accents of ripe fruit, gentle notes of ripe cherries, blackberries and currants. Gourmet, juicy bouquet.
Wine will be an excellent addition for pasta, lasagna, meat ravioli, dishes from red meat and grilled vegetables.
Antonelli San Marco, Montefalco Rosso DOC is a classic red dry wine from the Umbria region, which is a traditional blend of Sangiovese, Sagrantino and other red grapes. The first vintage of this wine first saw the light in 1979.
Harvesting takes place in several stages, starting in September with the collections of Sangiovese, and continuing in October, when they collect Sagrantino. All berries are collected exclusively by hand. Each variety is vinified separately. Fermentation is carried out on the skin at a temperature of 28 ° C. Maceration lasts 2-3 weeks. After fermentation, the wort is combined in large oak barrels, where it is aged for 12 months, for another 6 months the wine is carried in cement vats. Further, Antonelli San Marco, Montefalco Rosso is bottled and additionally kept in bottles for at least 6 months before the wine goes on sale.
Antonelli San Marco is an Italian winery located in the center of the Montefalco region. Own vineyards of the farm extend to 170 hectares, and the locality where they are located is mentioned in several medieval documents as "one of the territories most suitable for the cultivation of vines and olives". From the 13th to the 9th century, the estate of San Marco de Corticellis belonged to the episcopate of Spoleto. In 1881 it was bought by Francesco Antonelli, a local lawyer, who carried out radical work on the transformation and modernization of plots and production facilities. Since 1986, "at the helm" of the family-owned enterprise is Filippo Antonelli. He is also the master of another winery - Castello di Torre