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Tenuta di Trinoro Tenuta di Trinoro 2013

2013 was serene during most of the growing season, with little rain but covered skies; summer temperatures were very unusual because they averaged 26°C instead of our typical 36°C (79°F instead of 97°F). In the cool environment, it was the plants' own growing efforts that ripened the grapes, not really the sun. The obscure metabolism continues after the berries were separated from the plant, after they were fermented, and it drives forward in the wines even now, years before they can start aging.
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Expert Year Vote
Wine Spectator 2013 92
Wine Advocated 2013 95

Vintage 2013

Wine zones 50% Cabernet Franc, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot

Alcol 15.00%

Format 0,75 L Standard

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Type Blend Red
Classification IGT Toscano o Toscana
Temperature 16-18
Decantazione 1 hour
Location Sarteano (SI)
Produzione annua 7200
Density 10,000 vines/Ha
Vinification Parcels vinified separately with alcoholic fermentation for 13 days in stainless steel tanks.
Harvest 4-23 October
Production Spraying: Clay, propolis, grapefruit seed extract.
Aging 8 months in new French oak barriques, 11 months in cement vats.
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Location Sarteano (SI)
Climate N/A
Produzione annua 7200
Harvest N/A
Sistema allevamento N/A
Tecnica produzione N/A
Periodo fermentazione N/A
Affinamento N/A

Address: Sarteano (SI)

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Year of starter: 1990


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Hectares: 27

The Estate of Trinoro started his wine business in 1992. The first production dates back to '95 and the wines are on the market since '97. The company Andrea Franchetti is included in the Val d'Orcia, the southernmost part of Tuscany on the border with Lazio, where the Amiata and Cetona mountain, blocking the climate and sea mists of the Val di Chiana, a dry climate favors , Continental and, for the height, very late: the oak trees lose their green at least a month later than other Italian areas. The vineyards lie between 530 and 600 feet tall, very clayey and calcareous soils rich in minerals. Until the '60s, before the depopulation of the countryside, peasants were made wine here for more than 16 degrees.

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