Volpolo was born in Bolgheri which has always represented one of the most celebrated areas in the world in terms of wine production. The Sapaio Company puts the work in the vineyard at the center of its philosophy as an expression of harmony without compromise between man and nature. The Volpolo 2017 is produced with a manual harvest, with fermentation in steel tanks. The color is the characteristic ruby red with spicy and undergrowth notes. The full-bodied and soft flavor goes well with seasoned cheeses, grilled meat and elaborate first courses.
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Sventaglia profumi di frutti selvatici e terriccio, ricordi floreali e amarene, cerfoglio e anice stellato.
Bocca ricca e aggraziata nella massa tannica. Valida la persistenza.
70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 15% Petit Verdot
1,50 L Magnum
Manuale con selezione dell'uva.
Castagneto Carducci (LI)
16 mesi in barriques e tonneaux di rovere francese - 4 mesi in bottiglia.
Fermentazione alcolica a temperatura controllata in vasche d'acciaio con lunga macerazione sulle uve. Fermentazione malolattica in rovere francese.
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Name: Podere Sapaio Start-up year: 1999 Cultivated hectares: 25 Winemaker name: Carlo Ferrini Address: Loc. Lo Scopaio, 212 - Castagneto Carducci (LI) Web Site: www.sapaio.com
Podere Sapaio was founded in 1999 from our passion for wine, and it grew thanks to the driving will of all those who shared the same passion and believed in the company. The philosophy of Podere Sapaio is to experiment and innovate: searching for new expressions of Bordolese vines in Bolgheri, to produce wines that are strong, elegant and long lasting at the same time.
The names Sapaio and Volpolo come from two ancient Tuscany vines: Sapaia and Volpola. They were purposely chosen to exalt the local origins of the product beginning with their names. The crown on the trademark for the Podere Sapaio is a tribute to the nobility of the wines and the land, which are always respected in the work that is carried out in the vineyard and in the cellar.