Sangiovese

One of the later grapes to ripen, Sangiovese is usually …

One of the later grapes to ripen, Sangiovese is usually harvested during the latter part of September at Castello di Magione. It ourishes in the Umbrian terroir, and produces a versatile, easy-drinking wine that can accompany virtually any meal.


APPELLATION
IGT Umbria Sangiovese

VARIETY
Sangiovese

POSITION
290 m a.s.l. south-west exposure

SOIL TYPE
Loose textured sandy and gravely soil

PLANTING DENSITY
5,000 vines per hectare

HARVEST PERIOD
Mid to late September

FERMENTATION & AGING
6 months Stainless Steel Vats

YIELD PER HECTARE
85ql

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