Wine "Centine" Rosso, Toscana IGT 2010
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Wine bright ruby-red color.
The wine has a rounded, well-balanced, bright, harmonious fruit flavors with a soft texture and a lingering aftertaste.
This wine has a juicy, sweet, spicy aroma, subtle notes of dark fruit blend harmoniously with hints of herbs, roots and spices.
The wine goes well with both simple and more sophisticated and complex dishes. Perfectly in harmony with roasted or grilled red and white meats, pastas and cheeses.
Sangiovese grapes grown in Tuscany, has a remarkable feature: when it is combined with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are born bright, young, rich, spicy-fruity wines. A perfect example - red wine "Centine" Castello Banfi from. The wine has an incredible elegance and freshness, great drink and great for everyday use in combination with many dishes. "Centine" part of the classic line of wines Castello Banfi, reflect the authentic nature of Tuscany.
Vinification "Chentine" is a short maceration simultaneously with fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature and malolactic fermentation. Excerpt wines produced in small oak barrels and bottled.
Castello Banfi winery dates back to 1978, when the successful American entrepreneurs of Italian origin and Gary John Mariani, together with the Italian enologist Ezio Rivella bought vineyards in the southern part of Tuscany. The official name of the company came a few years later, when they acquired the Castello Banfi di Poggio alle Mura. To date, the Castello Banfi - is a thriving family business, which is recognized throughout the world for the highest quality products. The total vineyard area is more than 800 hectares. Plant Castello Banfi is the first in the world, which is recognized as absolutely correct from an ethical, social and, most importantly, the ecological point of view. He also holds a leading position in terms of customer satisfaction. In addition, full control of Mariani cooperage, buying oak wood in France, and then soaking it in 2-3 years and the estate of making the barrels with varying degrees of roasting firm volume - 350 liters.
Today Banfi is one of the largest Italian landowners. Agriculture Castello Banfi repeatedly to conquer titles, including "Best International Winery of the Year" and the title of "Best Italian Winery of the Year", which dignify farming 9 times!