THE PRODUCER : Agripunica
Vineyard: A red wine of typical Sulcis grapes with a modest addition of French varieties vinified in purity from the spurred cordon vineyards grown in Basso Sulcis in our Narcao and Barrua farms. Soil composition: Soils tend to be of medium texture, clay-like, sandy and calcareous
Production: The must ferments with the skins at a temperature between 25° and 28°C in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for a period of about 15 days. It is periodically pumped over to facilitate the extraction of the compounds present in the skins. Malolactic fermentation confers smoothness to the wine, which is then aged in French oak barrels for approximately 18 months. It then rests in glass for at least 6 months.
Nose: Complex scent of ripe red fruit (mainly black cherry), spices, notes of liquorice and hints of myrtle.
Taste: An elegant wine that shows an impeccable workmanship; notes of sage and myrtle with aromas of ripe red fruits and pepper in a persistent and harmonious finish.