3 bottles Il POLLENZA 2013 red wine Marche IGT

192,02 €
Il Pollenza red wine is a Bordeaux blend that in the last two years was selected as one of the 50 best Italian wines. It is a wine for meditation, ideal for elaborate dishes of red meat and game.

Type: red

One of the wines from the Marche awarded in 2017 by the most prestigious guides to Italian wines

Classifìcation: I.G.T. Marche

Grape varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot

First Year of Production: 2001
Production Zone: Tolentino
Soil type: medium to deep soil, a medium level clayey mixture with fluvial calcareous sediments
Planting Year: 1998
Yield: 4,500 kilograms per hectare
Vineyard Altitude: 150 metres above sea level
Training System and density: espalier trellising with spurred cordon pruning, with a density of 6.000 plants per hectare

Harvest: Merlot, harvested in the second week of September Cabernet Franc, harvested the third week of September - Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot harvested at the end of September and the beginning of October

Vinification: the grapes are selected from 8 hectares, where the best grapes of the winery are produced. Hand-harvested the grapes are transported in crates. Manual selection, pressing and destemming, followed by 16 days of maceration of the skins at a monitored temperature of 25-28 degrees Celsius. After the racking the wine is moved to new barriques where the malolactic fermentation and the aging of 14 months takes place, on fine lees

Sensorial Characteristics
Matureness, equilibrium and concentration are strong characteristics
An intense aroma with clear hints of wild berries, rasperries, cherries and jam
On the palate it expands with strength, richness and opulence, with sweet and elegant tannins well balanced by the acidity, long and persistent finish

Food Pairings: wine for meditation, ideal for elaborate dishes of red meat and game

Alcoholic strength: 14,5%

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