italiano
 
Vineyards

North- East side of Montalcino Hill, 300 mt above sea level. Medium texture soils rich in clay, marine fossils and, in the highest part, sandstone.

Merlot – Chianti Area, surrounding our estate in Larciano, medium texture soils rich in limestone.

Vine Training system

Spur pruned cordon for old vines and guyot for the newest parts.

Sustainability

Vineyard cultivated following the organic agriculture principles. Sexual confusion traps to prevent the spreading of the vine moth, use of organic humus, sowing and green manure to improve the soil quality.

Appellation

IGT

Vintage

2019

Grapes

50% Merlot, 50% Sangiovese Brunello

Harvest

Sangiovese and Merlot grapes are handpicked, harvested and fermented separately.
After destemming, grapes are fermented and macerated for 40-50 days in stainless steel tanks.

Wine aging

Sangiovese 12 months in large French and slavonian oak barrels (32-35 hl),
Merlot: 18 months in small French oak barrels (500 L)

Alcohol

14% 

Color

Deep ruby

Tasting Notes

On the nose fragrant with prevailing notes of wild blackberry and raspberry, red rose and a hint of black pepper. On the mouth smooth and elegant balanced with a pleasant freshness. Long persistence.

Food pairings

Pasta with ragù sauce, beef stew, roasted or grilled meat, hard cheeses.

Service Temperature

18°C - 19°C

Fiero
2016

94/100

Fiero
2016

The Winehunter Award Rosso

Fiero
2017

Vineyards

North- East side of Montalcino Hill, 300 mt above sea level. Medium texture soils rich in clay, marine fossils and, in the highest part, sandstone.

Merlot – Chianti Area, surrounding our estate in Larciano, medium texture soils rich in limestone.

Vine Training system

Spur pruned cordon for old vines and guyot for the newest parts.

Sustainability

Vineyard cultivated following the organic agriculture principles. Sexual confusion traps to prevent the spreading of the vine moth, use of organic humus, sowing and green manure to improve the soil quality.

Appellation

IGT

Vintage

2018

Grapes

60% Merlot, 40% Sangiovese Brunello

Harvest

Sangiovese and Merlot grapes are handpicked, harvested and fermented separately.
After destemming, grapes are fermented and macerated for 40-50 days in stainless steel tanks.

Wine aging

Sangiovese 12 months in large French and slavonian oak barrels (32-35 hl),
Merlot: 12 months in small French oak barrels (500 L)

Alcohol

14% 

Color

Deep ruby

Tasting Notes

On the nose fragrant with prevailing notes of wild blackberry and raspberry, red rose and a hint of black pepper. On the mouth smooth and elegant balanced with a pleasant freshness. Long persistence.

Food pairings

Pasta with ragù sauce, beef stew, roasted or grilled meat, hard cheeses.

Service Temperature

18°C - 19°C

Fiero
2016

94/100

Fiero
2016

The Winehunter Award Rosso

Fiero
2017

Type

Red Wine

Classification

IGT

Year

2017

Region:

Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy

Winemaking

after the crushing, the fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature, favoring prolonged contact with the skins with the must.
The malolactic fermentation occurs in October right after the alcoholic fermentation.

Grapes

60% Merlot from Chianti, 40% Sangiovese from Montalcino

Ageing

20 months in used French barriques

Alcohol

14.0% 

Tasting Note

Dark ruby colour with vivacious reflections. Lots of liquorice and a hint of black pepper. Ripe plum, aromatic herbs. Gently rounded acidity, toasty and creamy mid palate with a hint of fumé and delicate, silky tannins. Great flavour intensity and concentration let wine linger for long in the after taste leaving a slightly jammy blackberry hint. 

Food pairing

Serve with red meat, cold meats and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature

16-18°C

Fiero
2016

94/100

Fiero
2016

The Winehunter Award Rosso

Fiero
2017

Type

Red Wine

Classification

IGT

Year

2016

Region:

Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy

Winemaking

after the crushing, the fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature, favoring prolonged contact with the skins with the must.
The malolactic fermentation occurs in October right after the alcoholic fermentation.

Grapes

60% Merlot from Chianti, 40% Sangiovese from Montalcino

Ageing

20 months in used French barriques

Alcohol

14.0% 

Tasting Note

Dark ruby colour with vivacious reflections. Lots of liquorice and a hint of black pepper. Ripe plum, aromatic herbs. Gently rounded acidity, toasty and creamy mid palate with a hint of fumé and delicate, silky tannins. Great flavour intensity and concentration let wine linger for long in the after taste leaving a slightly jammy blackberry hint. 

Food pairing

Serve with red meat, cold meats and mature cheeses.

Serving temperature

16-18°C

Fiero
2016

94/100

Fiero
2016

The Winehunter Award Rosso

Fiero
2017