Umbria is one of the most fascinating regions of Italy, appreciated for its historical, cultural and artistic richness, as well as for its enchanting landscapes of olive trees and vineyards.
It is characterized by rather low average yields per hectare 8.7 t / ha, one of the prerequisites for the production of quality wine. Wines that have improved a lot in the last 30/40 years. The resurgence of oenology and viticulture in Umbria began at the beginning of the 60s of the last century, which will lead, in 1968, to the granting of the first DOC of Umbria, recognized in Torgiano Giorgio Lungarotti, and successively with the great success of the Sagrantino Arnaldo Caprai variety.prai).
The climate is of type temperate continental in the northern part, more Mediterranean in the southern part, although Umbria is the only region of peninsular Italy that is not washed by the sea. Hot and dry summers, strong temperature variations, well distributed rainfall and infrequent frosts, making it particularly suitable for viticulture.
DOCG Sagrantino di Montefalco:100 Sagrantino. Typologies: secco and passitoo
DOC Montefalco: grechetto, trebbiano / sagrantino, sangiovese otherss
DOCG Torgiano RossoRiserva:min. 70 Sangiovese other regional Cannaiolo inksolo)
DOC Orvieto(b, t .: large quantities, there are few of quality ex: Palazzone, which carries more variety grechettoto)
Bianco (50-70 Tuscan Trebbiano)
Spumante (max. 50 Chardonnay, max. 50 Pinot Nero, othersas)
Late vendemmia(min. 50 Chardonnay others;);
Vin Santo -White (50-70 Tuscan Trebbiano; rosato, red min. 50 Sangiovese;e); Monovarietalies : Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Riesling italico min. 85, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot nero, Merlot min. 85.85%.
Tipología: Tinto Cosecha: 2017 Variedad: Sangiovese 70% (autoctono), Sagrantino 15% (autoctono), Cabernet Sauvignon y Merlot 15% Formato: 0,75l Al...View full details€12,50| /Sale