Grape variety: Sangiovese 90% - Colorino 10%

Vineyard age: 11 - 14 years

Exposure: West

Name of the vineyards of origin: Cispiano / Nuove

Vineyard location: 450m above sea level

Soil type: Alberese / Galestro

Harvest: 20/9 - 5/10

Production: 4500 bottles

Aging potential: 20 years

First year of production: 2001

Yield per hectare: 75 HL

Per strain: 1.00 KG Sangiovese 0.7kg Colorino

Training system: spurred cordon

Vinification: during the harvest, the selection

 of the grapes is strictly manual with the waste

of the grapes too unripe

 and unsuitable, the destemming is done in compliance with the plot

 and the climatic season. In the cellar the vines are carried out

 separately and carefully in cryomaceration and fermentation

 at controlled temperatures for 12/15 days in steel tanks,

 to preserve and extract the primary aromas as much as possible

 and develop the softness that the future "Cispiano Classico" needs.

 Subsequently the wines are sent for malolactic fermentation,

 before aging for 12 months in French oak barriques.

The blend is created after this step, giving life to the final wine

 which rests for about a year in steel.



Color: intense ruby

Perfumes: beginning with alcoholic hints, typical of structured

 and full-bodied wines, then very varied,

 with hints of red fruit, spices, vanilla.

In the mouth: wine with structure and power,

 warm, sweet, very balanced and persistent.

Alcoholic strength: 15% vol

Food pairing: "Cispiano Classico" goes very well with roasts,

 second courses of red meat, also elaborate, medium-high

 seasoned cheeses, dark chocolate desserts.

Serve at 18 ° C, decant about 30 minutes

 before tasting for better oxygenation.

Recommended glass: Hermitage