CHIANTI DOCG 2013 – white label

With organically grown grapes


Vineyards of origin: Spareto (47%), S.Pietro (40%), Porta (13%)
Variety of grapes: Sangiovese 84%, Trebbiano 10%, Ciliegiolo 3%, Abrustine 3%
Years of establishment: Spareto 1995, S.Pietro 1973 e 2005, Porta 2001
Type of terrain: sandy, clay
Planting distances: 2,5 m x 0,8 m S.Pietro and
Porta, 2,8 m x 0.8 m Spareto
Aspect : South, South West
Pruning: guyot cordone speronato (Porta)

>Data of 2016 harvest
Grape yield per hectare: 80 quintals
Grape yield per vine: 2,2 kg
Dry summer with single days of wealthy rains, very good weather during the harvest, made in a wonderful and dry beginning of fall. Handy picking up of grapes the second half of September, pressing and destalking, 12 days steeping. Trebbiano was fermented in red, over the Sangiovese’s skins

Analytical data of must
Sugars: 223 g/l
Acidity: 7,0 g/l
The wine spontaneously completes the malo-lactic
fermentation between the drawing off process (beginning of October) and the beginning of winter. Ageing is performed in cement vats for 5 months. Refining in bottles last at least one month. It improves up to the three years from the harvest .

Analytical data of finished wine
Alcohol: 13,62% vol
Residual sugars: 1 g/l
Total acidity: 4,67 g/l
pH; 3,70
Bottled production: 20.000 bottles 0,75 l

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