|Denomination||IGT Rosso Verona|
|Production Region||Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella (VR), Località Conca D’Oro, Italy|
|Grape Varieties||Merlot 60%, Oseleta 40%|
|Grape Harvest Period||September – November
The grapes are harvested at two separate times due to the different ripening times, Merlot being an early variety and Oseleta a late variety.
|Vinification||The grapes are harvested at two separate times due to different ripening times. Vinification takes place in steel tanks at a controlled temperature below 25°-
26° C after maceration in contact with the skins. The fermentation lasts about ten days at the same time as the spontaneous malolactic fermentation, without induction.
|Refining||In French oak barriques and tonneaux and 7.5 hectolitre barrels for two years, with different types of wood. Subsequently, the wine is placed in bottles placed horizontally for at least 6 months to complete the formation of the bouquet.|
|Alcoholic Content||13,5 % Vol|