The grapes dedicated to Rosso di Montalcino are generally the first to be harvested, the production is about 70 ql per hectare, after the destemming they follow the fermentation, alcoholic and malolactic inside steel barrels all equipped with a control system of the temperature. Rosso di Montalcino de La Serena is characterized by an aging in wood for about 12 months. Before marketing, we do not miss a refinement in the bottle, useful and necessary to bring it to the right ripeness, which sees it coming out two years after the harvest. This red has uncommon complexity characteristics for a wine with such a short production process.
A wine with great potential that has characteristics very similar to a Brunello, simplified and decidedly younger. Ruby red color, with brilliant and luminous tones. Bouquet rich in hints of fruit and flowers. Intense on the palate, balsamic, tannic as much as needed and with a vibrant acidity that makes it extremely balanced. - Winery Note