Five days of maceration in open oak barrels at room temperature; 7 months in barriques of 2nd use; No modern technology used in winemaking; Fermentation made with autochthonous yeast; Batonnage on lees.
Poggio Rosso translates to ‘Red Hill.’ The shell image is from Etruscan pottery found in the area of Populonia.
The Monelli family owns Tenuta Poggio Rosso, a winery they revitalized in the area where their peasant ancestors lived. This region is expressed through the flavor of the sea, the minerality of the soil and the elegance obtained within the vineyards.
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This oak aged, sur lie aged version of Vermentino is among a rare group of peers, even from Tuscany.
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