Rosso IGT Campania


90% Tintore di Tramonti and 10% Piedirosso from 3 parcels between 270-600m, planted in pergola, 1 hectare total. Vines age varies between 25-100+ years. Harvest was in late October/early November at yields of 5,000 kg/ha (about 30hl/ha).  Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel with 15 days of maceration.  Aged between stainless steel and large chestnut cask for 3 years.  After a wide filtration, it was bottled aged for an additional year and released in January 2017.  4,000 bottles made.

91 points
"The 2012 Monte di Grazia is showing a dark and brooding display, as smoky minerality slowly blows off to reveal crushed blueberries and savory spice, with dusty florals and a hint of air-dried meats. Silky textures flood the senses, quickly firmed up by a mix of tart red fruits, minerals, and nervy acids, as the 2012 Rosso glides across the palate with energy to spare. The finish is medium in length, ending on a savory note, with wild herbs, spice, lingering floral tones, and a twang of tart cranberry."
Eric Guido,
, April 2020

Product Line: 
Red blend
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