Wine Name: Adino
Type of Wine: Marche Rosso Conero DOC
First year of production: 2001
Grapes: Montepulciano 90% Sangiovese 10%
Exposition and altitude: South south-east; 220 m/ slm
Land: loose soil, sandy, silty, loam
System: Guyot - spurred cordon
Plants density: From 4000 to 6000
Average age of vineyards: 20 years
Grape yield per hectare: 70
Harvest: By September 25
Production Technique: The fermentation takes in steel tanks. The length of maceration depend on the ripeness of the grapes. Completed the malolactic fermentation, the wine is aged in barrell for 8 months.
Bottling: Without any kind of clarification, cooling and filtration. Tasting notes: Ruby red with violet reflections, tending to garnet with aging; pleasing to the nose with intense aroma of red fruit: cherry and plum in the mouth soft rich and dense tannins with good evidence, elegant wine.