SANT' ISIDORO 2014 Maria Pia Castelli Rose' wine Marche IGT

12,74 €

“Sant'Isidoro”, a rosé tinged with coral, is made by drawing off the best Montepulciano and Sangiovese musts from grapes harvested in crates and with minimal yield per hectare.

One of the wines from the Marche awarded in 2019 by the most prestigious guides to Italian wines

Classification: Marche Rosato IGT

Grape varieties:50% Montepulciano, 50% Sangiovese

First year production | 2003
Average annual production (bottles) | 3,000
Soil | Clay with ferrous mineral components
Exposure and altitude | Plateau - 200m above sea level
Average vine age | 9/10 years
Yield from vines | 4,000 kg per hectare

Harvest | 100% manually harvested
Fermentation tanks | stainless steel
Fermentation temperature | 28° - 32° C
Fermentation duration | 20-25 days
Malolactic fermentation | in barriques

Aging | large wood / steel - Bottled | 3 months before sale

Sensorial Perceptions
The crisp, clean nose is unassuming and pleasing, suggesting red berries against a delicate floral backdrop
A pleasant drink that immediately releases its full flavour potential

A wine for a delicate palate, to be served chilled to 8-10°C, preferably to accompany Italian salamis, ripe cheeses and anchovies, sardines and mackerel

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