• O'Lillo! Toscana Rosso igt

O'Lillo! Toscana Rosso igt

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  • - Brand: Baracchi winery
  • - Product Code: Toscana Rosso IGT
  • - Reward Points: 9
  • - Availability: 100
9,90€
Ex Tax: 8,11€
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O'Lillo! Toscana Rosso igt

Grapes: 25%Merlot, 25%Sangiovese, 25%Cabernet
Sauv., 25%Sirah

DESCRIPTION
After destemming and light crushing were vinified separately; maceration took place in tronconic oak tanks over a period of 22 days where malolactic fermentation was completed .Then for three months in  stainless steel tanks, during which time alcoholic and malolactic fermentation was completed  . The vintage 2013 very great make this wine rich in colour and very structured but soft on the palate, without any astringency. The wine were bottled after 6 months followed by aging for about 3 months in bottle before release

TASTING NOTES
Beautiful ruby red colour with violet hues
Fruity nose of cherry and  blackcurrant. Pleasant notes of black pepper, tobacco and forest floor.  Balsamic hints.
Fresh, full body and soft tannins. Long and pleasant finish.

Riccardo e Benedetto Baracchi
The Baracchi Estate is located on a beautiful hill with a wonderful view of the Valdichiana Valley, Under the Tuscan Sun.
Riccardo, with his son Benedetto, strongly desired to join the world of hospitality, good cuisine and wellness with the production of great wines linked by energy and passion to continue the family tradition of grape growing and grape-growing, which began in 1860, adding now a modern and high quality character. Riccardo and Benedetto with the enologist Stefano Chioccioli which from the begin collaborated to realize a modern and dynamic farm.
An invitation to taste the evolution of an ancient family tradition.

Technical Specifications
product Red wine
denomination Tuscan red igt
region Tuscany
grapes 25% Merlot , 25% Syrah, 25% Cabernet , 25% Sangiovese
alcohol 14,5% vol.
winemaking After destemming and light crushing were vinified separately; maceration took place in tronconic oak tanks over a period of 22 days where malolactic fermentation was completed
Ageing The wine were bottled after 6 months followed by aging for about 3 months in bottle before release
volume cl 75

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