Wine Rocca di Montegrossi, "Geremia", Toscana IGT, 2015
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Wine of intense ruby color with purple highlights.
Taste wine rich, complex, soft, with a velvety texture, ripe tannins and a long finish.
The wine has a complex flavor, blend harmoniously in the notes of cherry, currant and wild berry nuances of vanilla and liquorice.
Wine will serve a great addition to hard cheeses, grilled meats, a red meat sauce, as well as beef steak, grilled.
Elegant, powerful and well-balanced wine "Jeremiah" is created from traditional bordoss \ who blend consisting of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Has a complex structure and ripe tannins, the wine is a wonderful reflection of the personality of the terroir Monti. "Geremia" 23 months aged in burnt oak barrels Allier (15% - the first use, 25% - the second use, and 60% - the third), and then, without pre-filtering is bottled. Before you go on sale, wine contains another 18 months in the cellars. In order to fully enjoy the unique qualities of this wine, it must be open for how hours before serving.
Marco Ricasoli-Firidolfi, who owns a hundred acres of Rocca di Montegrosso, is a descendant of the famous Tuscan wine dynasty Ricasoli. Rocca di Montegrosso estate, located 7 km from Gaiole in the historic area of the grape of Chianti, owned by the family from the XI century. Marco ancestor - Baron Bettino Ricasoli, who lived in the XIX century and has the largest wine production, as a minister, managed at the legislative level to lay the foundations for the creation of the famous "Chianti". On the farm was located fortress la Rocca and vineyards, divided into hilly terrain at altitudes ranging from 340 to 510 meters above sea level. Today, on 20 acres of land set aside under vines are grown as traditional Tuscan Sangiovese (13 ha), Merlot (2.5 ha) and Punitello and international varieties: Canaiolo, Colorino, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malvasia Bianca del Chianti. "Pearl" is the estate vineyard San Marcellino, got its name from the ancient Romanesque church near you. From his crops using classical methods in Rocca di Montegrossi made famous in the world the same brand of wine in the category of Chianti Classico Riserva.