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Carignano, Ampeleia 2017
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Ampeleia was born in 2002 from the collaboration and friendship between Elisabetta Foradori, Thomas Widmann and Giovanni Podini. They saw in Ampeleia a place where they could not only develop an agricultural project but also fulfil a common vision relating to shared values and experiences.
In the glass it has a deep ruby red colour. The nose has dark berry aromas as well as floral notes and a green tea undertone. Medium to full body, the palate is perfectly balanced with firm and silky tannins and a fresh finish.
Producer Azienda Ampeleia
Origin Toscana, Italy
Alcohol 12.5% ABV
Style Medium body natural red
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Manual harvest in the third week of September. Part of the grapes were de-stemmed for fermentation and part of them were kept whole. Eight months of fermentation and ageing in cement vat. the malolactic fermentation took place. 3g/Hecto-litre of sulphur was added at bottling. The wine was neither filtered nor fined.
Notes Biodynamic, Natural, Organic