A native wine produced by hand harvesting and vinification and maturation in steel. The ruby red color is typical of Vernaccia Nera grapes together with fruity scents that recall cherries and plums. It is distinguished by its black pepper and delicate balsamic note, the drink is pleasant and fresh, especially with meat appetizers and aged cheeses.
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Rosso rubino intenso e vivace.
Il naso, complesso, con sentori fruttati di ciliegie selvatiche e prugne, è impreziosito dal pepe nero e una delicata nota balsamica.
La bocca, con le sue spezie dolci e i tannini delicati, si rivela piacevolmente fresca ed elegante.
Grazie al suo particolare carattere si sposa con piatti sapidi e speziati, dagli antipasti alle carni, ai formaggi stagionati.
0,75 L Standard
Civitanova Marche (MC)
Medio impasto con arenaria e calcare.
12 mesi in botte grande.
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Name: Fontezoppa Start-up year: 1999 Cultivated hectares: 40 Winemaker name: Giovanni Basso Address: C.da San Domenico, 38 - Civitanova Marche (MC) Web Site: www.cantinefontezoppa.com
Fontezoppa is the name of an ancient water source that flowed where now chase the rows of vines. Everything in the Marche region has a name, valleys, ditches, fields and alleys; sign of human passage and an intense relationship with the land.
Right from the earth we must begin to tell the story of Fontezoppa Cellars. A variety of grapes delivered to ancient techniques and expert hands meets here the generosity of the land and the air goodness. The result is a wine with a strong personality, the product of green hills overlooking the sea now, now to the mountains.
A Civitanova Alta and in Serrapetrona has found the right balance between climate and richness of the soil, so it is in the space between the Adriatic Sea and the Blue Mountains that Fontezoppa Cellars grow and mature their best wines. Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet, Tear, but also Maceratino, Crossing Bruni, Pecorino are the vines planted around Civitanova Alta, under the beneficent influence of the sea.
The slopes of the Blue Mountains are located instead of the Vernaccia Nera plants, Pinot Noir and Sangiovese. Serrapetrona has always been the land of the Vernaccia, a grape of ancient spiciness able to draw the attention of the national wine scene and today the center of rediscoveries and experiments. It is in partnership with the land that is hidden the secret of good wine, an alliance