Poggio dei Magni




Very structured compact ruby.
Spicy nose, with a finish of plum jam, juniper berries, ink and coffee powder.
In the mouth, its softness embraces the palate; it has an excellent caloric content which perfectly combines with a clear yet smooth tannin.
In Alier Barriques for 18 months.

 






Characteristics

Year 2011
Name Poggio dei Magni
Category Red Wine
Name DOC – Colli di Luni Rosso Riserva
Vine Sangiovese, Pollera Nera and a small part of Canaiolo
Production area Colli Di Luni
Vineyard In Groppolo, above Sarzana, in an excellent portion of the hill facing South at 100-120 metres above sea level. Land is made up of silty sandy clay, the microclimate is not affected by significant temperature variations.
Age of vines 20 – 30 years
Harvest from September 10th to October 1st, selected grapes.
Yield / hectare 80 q per hectare
Vinification Pressed and destemmed grapes, fermentation with maceration on the skins for 200 hours with very frequent pumping over, long resting on the lees.
First production year 1999
Person in charge of production Enologist Nicola Tucci
Number of bottles 6.280 Bordeaux bottles 0.75 l
Exposure and altitude South 100 – 120 m above sea level
Material of fermentation tanks Stainless Steel ANSI 316
Temperature of fermentation 24° C for 15 days
Bottling October
Alcohol 13,5% vol
Acidity 5.9 g/l
Dry extract extract 29.1 g/l
Resistance to ageing more than 10 years
Serving temperature and modality Uncork bottle at the time of use at a temperature of 16 to 20 °C if young; decant if aged.
Food matching Red meat and wild game
Schede Organolettiche



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Poggio dei Magni, Rupestro, Serasuolo.







We farm vineyards naturally, respecting the environment and aspiring to quality.