Basic Information

TRE stands for the three grape varieties, Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, and for our three Tuscan estates - the basis for this wine. The wine is dominated by delicious red fruit flavors; it is really juicy and always ready to drink. It’s an elegant and well-structured medium-bodied wine which matures for one year in French tonneaux.

Denomination IGT Rosso Toscana
Varieties 80% Sangiovese 20% Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
Vineyards and terroir
Vineyards location Castellina in Chianti, Radda in Chianti, Maremma.
Vineyards elevation and exposure Chianti: 230 - 400 mt a.s.l.; S-SW exp; Maremma: 75-175 mt a.s.l.; W-SW exp.
Soils Castellina in Chianti: loamy; Radda in Chianti: medium textured with rocky skeleton; Maremma: sandy loamy, with two-thirds sand and one-third silt and clay.
Climate and microclimate Chianti: continental climate, with cold winters (temperatures below 0° C) and very hot summers. Maremma: mediterranean climate with very hot summers and very mild winters.
Vinification and aging
Harvest 24.08.07 - 18.09.07
Wine analysis Alcohol: 13,5%; total acidity: 5,4‰
Temperature of fermentation 30-32°
Must contact Up to 18 days
Maturing 12 months 1/2 in new, 1/2 in used tonneaux
Bottle ageing a few months
First year of production 2000
Ageing potential Up to 10 years
Tasting notes
Tasting note

Notes of crushed raspberry and hints of coffee and fresh flowers on the nose. Fine tannins and a long, soft-textured and fruity finish.

Perfect with

Pasta, roast or boiled white meat, poultry, roast or grilled fish.

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