Wine "Insoglio del Cinghiale", Toscana IGT, 2009
Wine rich ruby color with purple hues.
The wine has a full, fruity taste, perfectly balanced, with a smooth texture and soft tannins. Slightly closed first taste of the wine gradually opens beautifully in the glass.
The aroma of wine is filled with bright colors cherry, cassis and floral nuances.
Wine is perfect for pasta with various sauces, red meat, grilled meat, game, stews and white.
The grapes for "Insoglio del Cinghiale" grown on clay loose soils. First vines were planted here in 2002, planting density of 6,500 vines per hectare. The crop was harvested by hand in late September, a 15-pound boxes. Grapes passed strict sorting. He was then desteblirovan and ground. Fermentation lasted 21 days at 28 ° C. 20% of the wine underwent malolactic fermentation in oak barrels and the rest - in stainless steel tanks. 40% of the wine was aged for 4 months in new and two-year French oak barrels. After bottling, the wine matured for a further three months in bottles. Total production of 200,000 bottles of fine wine.
Campo di Sasso estate was purchased by the Marquis Lodovico Antinori in 1995. Campo di Sasso consists of three different vineyards to the west of the road to Bolgheri. The unique geographical position of this large estate promised excellent prospects for development: a varied terroir, great climate Tuscan coast, hot sun and the freshness of the Ligurian Sea. On the basis of Campo di Sasso, Lodovico Antinori together with his older brother - the famous winemaker Piero Antinori, the company has created Tenuta di Biserno. Antinori invited the famous oenologist Michel Rolland, who became personally supervise all processes at the winery. Two wine estates - Insoglio del Cinghiale Toscana IGT and Il Pino di Biserno Toscana IGT has won great recognition among many professionals and wine lovers. In 2010, the court experts was also represented the best wine estates - Toscana IGT Biserno .