Petramora Wine - Morellino di Scansano DOCG - Tenuta Pietramora - Red Wines

Petramora Wine - Morellino di Scansano DOCG

Morellino di Scansano DOCG "Petramora" is made from 100% Sangiovese grapes.

The product represents an excellence of the territory certified 100% Made in Italy.

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Type: still red wine.

Classification: DOCG

Grape variety: Sangiovese 85% - Merlot 15%.

Production Area: Tuscany, South-West, Province of Grosseto, Tuscan Maremma.

Soil: Galestro mixed clay.

Altitude: 330 m a.s.l.

Planting system: simple cordon and Guyot, 4500 plants per hectare (250 x 80).

Harvest: manual, 2-3 weeks of September.

Harvest per hectare: 70 ql per hectare.

Vinification: traditional fermentation with maceration from 16 to 23 days.

Ageing: 4/6 months in large oak barrels of the second passage.

Colour: garnet red.

Appearance: clear.

Bouquet: hints of ripe fruit, jam, plum, wilted rose, delicate empyreumatic notes, spice and toast.

Palate: soft and enveloping, sufficiently warm, balanced and elegant tannins, consistent body, intense and long-lasting, balanced.

Recommended pairings: Braised meats, game, structured red meat dishes, aged cheeses and pecorino.

Alcohol content: 14.5 - 15% Vol

Serving Temperature: 18 °C

Color
Rosso intenso
Profumi
hints of ripe fruit, jam, plum, dried rose, delicate empyheumatic notes, spiciness and toasting
Gusto
soft and enveloping, sufficiently warm, balanced and elegant tannins, consistent, intense and long-lasting body, balanced.
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The company called TENUTA PIETRAMORA di COLLE FAGIANO, of ha. 53, is located at 300 m above sea level and located in a context of rare beauty, landscape depth and microclimate particularly suitable for making full-bodied wines, as well as fragrant, in the heart of the Maremma. Located in Colle Fagiano, Polveraia in the Municipality of Scansano, in the province of Grosseto, between the historic sites of Montorgiali and Montepò, it can be reached along a very panoramic link road with gashes towards medieval sites.

The estate started in 1999 by replanting the 4 hectares of pre-existing vineyards and planting new ones until reaching a vineyard area equal to 11 hectares of San Giovese grapes with the aim of increasing quality production.

The soil, of the galestro type, has an average calcareous composition, low in organic substances and poor in clay, and is particularly suited to the Sangiovese vine, to which most of the company's wine production is dedicated, which also includes a small share vines with merlot.

The scenery extends over hills planted with vines ventilated by winds from the sea and mountains, protected by natural holm oak hedges, contributing to the creation of a microclimate particularly suitable for the development of vines, grown in line with organic criteria, towards which the company is orienting itself. 

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