Denomination: Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG Riserva “Cinabro”
Production zone: San Gimignano district
Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese in different clone qualities
Soil composition: over-consolidated Pliocene clays, ochreous sands and calcareous concretions
Training and cultivation system: Guyot and lowspurred cordon. Total grassing, green harvests , meticolous manual selection of the ripest, best exposed bunches.
Densityà: 4.500 vines/ha
Production of wine per ha: 45 hl
Altitude: 210/280 m above sea level
Microclimate: damp in winter and spring, hot and dry in summer
Vinification: traditional fermentation on skins for at least 20 days with temperature control 30°C.After the first transfer, the wine is raised in barriques on fine lees and remains in wood for at least 1 year. It matures in bottle for at least 4 months.
Colour: bright, deep garnet red
Bouquet: evident, expansive, complex and persistent with jam, vanilla, spicy and cocoa notes.
Flavours: dry, warm, austere, with great structure, a good tannic component and a persistently aromatic sensation
Alcohol content: 14°
Service temperature: 18/20° C
Serving suggestions: barbecue red meats, game and aged cheeses
Packing: cardboard box containing six 0.750-litre bottles packde horizontally