Edizione 12 Cinque Autoctoni

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id: 1180
Classification:  VDT
Grape variety:  Montepulciano 33%, Primitivo 30%, Sangiovese 25%, Negroamaro 7%, Malvasia 5%
Production Area:  Colonnella, Ortona, Sava e San Marzano
Alcoholic content:  14
Region:  Abruzzo
AIS Classification:  
Veronelli Classification:  
Wine colour:  
Red
Farming:  Tradizionale
Luca Maroni Classification:   98

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A wine showing how a great wine can be made from the huge heritage of native vines. A blend that turns into a dark but bright ruby-red in the wine glass.

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The demonstration that a great wine can be made using the huge heritage of our country’s native vines. The wine glass turns into a dark but bright ruby-red, the scents are of great impact, with an intense fruity content of blackberry and cherry, enhanced by notes of aromatic herbs, cinnamon, cloves, cocoa, liquorice and an intriguing mineral hint. To the taste it shows a significant structure, well balanced between the warm embrace, conveyed by the proof, and the adequate freshness; the tannin is soft and the persistence is very hard. It stays one year in barrique. Perfect on aged cheese. Ready to be drunk immediately, but it also stands a 7-8-years ageing.  

  • Production technique: Soft pressing of the grapes, fermentation and maceration for 25 days, malolactic fermentation and aging in oak barrels for 13 months.
  • Serving temperature: 18-20
  • Ideal Glass: Grand_Ballon
  • Bottles number production: 50000
  • Visual examination: dark but bright ruby
  • Ageing: 1 year in barriques
  • Bottles storage: horizontal
  • Cork type: Cork
  • Bottle type: Bordolese
  • Wine body: Full-bodied, structured, aged in wood

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Edizione 12 Cinque Autoctoni

Edizione 12 Cinque Autoctoni

A wine showing how a great wine can be made from the huge heritage of native vines. A blend that turns into a dark but bright ruby-red in the wine glass.

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  • Farnese

    History

    It was the year 1582 when the princess Margherita of Austria, daughter of the Emperor Carlo V and wife of Ottavio Farnese, purchased for 52000 ducats the town of Ortona. Fascinated by the healthy air and the splendid lands decided immediately to build a palace on the seaside to pass long periods of rest. “Marghareta”, that’s how she loved being called, gave her lands of Abruzzi a great boost to produce refined wines, soon appreciated soon in the banquets of the main European courts. And, as a sign of gratitude for who has made them famous in the world, the farmers have maintained the Farnese name of the wines.