San Leonardo is the magical heir to a tradition known the world over as Bordeaux blending. Dreams and heritage mingle to bring you a wine that conveys all its land-rooted character and genuine territory-focused appeal. A powerful yet elegant red, San Leonardo brings together the colours, aromas and savours of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot aged in small oak barrels, melding them harmoniously into a uniquely intense, full-bodied wine with superb depth of flavour.
Produced with Sangiovese and a small amount of Malvasia Nera, Colorino and Merlot, it is characterized by a balance of elegance and complexity, which make this wine a magnificent example of the "terroir".
grape variety: 45% Cabernet Franc, 35% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Petit Verdot
Malolactic Fermentation: 1/3 in contact with skins before racking and 2/3 in 2nd, 3rd passage French oak barriques. Aging: 8 months in 2nd, 3rd and 4th passage French oak barriques; 10 months in cement, no filtration
this cru it is obtained a Barolo of great structure with elegance and complexity. In the nose it is initially fruity, then floral, then spiced, opened and intense. Generally of exceptional attitude for ageing.
Showing deep ruby red, it releases intense aromas laden with rich spice and dried fruit; in the mouth it is a wine of superb richness and majestic flavours. A wine of superb richness and majestic flavours. The exceptional balance of all its components makes it ideal for lengthy cellaring.
Brunello. The Brunello Riserva Poggio Antico is only produced in exceptional vintages. In those years the grapes the oldest and lowest altitude vineyard are processed and aged separately. The result is a mature, round and complex wine.
Undisputedly symbolic of the Speri company, the Amarone Monte Sant'Urbano is a superb example of a fine, classic wine. It is an extraordinary wine with great complexity and a vigorous structure which has always been top for its elegance and quality. After carefully selecting the best bunches the prestigious Monte Sant'Urbano vineyard, the grapes are left to dry for a long period (3-4 months depending on the vintage year). This creates a wine with plenty of structure and softness which will certainly age well.
Regular season untill the end of July, after some very hot days the weather changed and we had a lot of rain in the first two weeks of August and almost everyday we had some rain untill September 15th. The harvest was a little complicated, but we had reduced the grapes during the summer to avoid infections, so the result is better than expected.
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He enters your soul in a way that is persuasive and intriguing, without ever being excessive in his expressions.