Macigno del Chianti, soil commonly called Arenarie, composed by sands and rocks, well drained and furnished with little organic matter.
Grapes have been selected and handpicked on September 25, 2020.
Destemmed and softly pressed grapes are vinified with the skins in cocciopesto amphorae, at a controlled temperature of 14°C (57.2°F), for up to three months.
12 months: 40% in amphorae, 30% in stainless steel tanks and the remaining 30% in two and three-year old barriques.
December 20, 2021.
Planted in: 2003. In 2018 grafting of Trebbiano | Density: 6.600 plants/ha
Surface: 1,18 ha | Training: Guyot
Altitude: 470-480m a.s.l. | Rootstock: 420A
Exposure: South, Southwest | Clone: selection of the oldest Trebbiano vineyards of Brolio
2020 has been characterized by lack of rain for most of the year, with a mild winter, an average spring and a very hot summer. A couple of late showers in August brought some relief, even if September temperatures were above average, but with the expected diurnal range.
Alcohol: 13% vol. |Total acidity: 5,98 g/l
pH: 3,05 |Net dry extract: 20,22 g/l