An aromatic expression of red berries, undergrowth, and vegetal notes in the background. Mineral, and smooth attack, followed by flavors of wild strawberries, tree moss, pine plus a great freshness and soft tannins in the finish.
Umbria is a wine region located in central Italy. Although two-thirds of the total output are white wines, the regions two DOCG stand for red wines. The local grape Sagrantino is cultivated amongst other Italian or French grape varieties. The last two decades investments helped to improve the quality.
Moderate mountain climate
The soils in Umbria are composed of Quaternary alluvial and lacustrine deposits. The alluvial soils, with shallow water table and large organic matter accumulation are ideals to grow vines, often local varieties. Here, clay, pebbles, and rocks play a major role in either retaining and draining water, to keep the quantity needed.