26,00 (VAT included)

The name Melograno originated years ago during a stroll through the vineyards with the esteemed friend and fervent admirer, Gino. Veronelli. The grapes used come from nearby vineyards with different characteristics both in terms of exposure and soil. I would say that the Apennine area and the nearby Apuan Alps do all the rest. The ruby red color is bright with light, the aromatic profile is direct, intriguing, lively and expressive: red berries, black cherry, pepper and aromatic same that are found in the vineyards. Rhythm, freshness and instinctive drinkability, like a beautiful song that you listen to over and over again without ever getting tired, so you finish the bottle in a few minutes.

Technical description

Year: 2022
ml: 750
Alcohol content: 13,50%

Name: IGT red pomegranate
Variety: Syrah 100%
Vineyards: Concori, Collaccio, Giorgio, Campo
Method of implantation: single guyot with density between 4000 and 7000 vines/hectare
Soil: Miocene shale sandstones; most of the stony and pebbly soils are formed by minerals with a good presence of silica
Fermentation: spontaneous in open tanks, punching down only
Refinement: one year in small 225-litre second-hand oak barrels, final passage in cement before bottling
Production: 7000 bottles
So2: 30 mg\l
Certifications: Sot Icea

Espresso guides:
Wine of Excellence Pomegranate 2012
Espresso guides:
Wine of Excellence Pomegranate 2013
Organic Guide:
Certificate of Excellence Pomegranate 2018
Guide 2014​:
Slow wine
Guide 2015:
Slow wine
Guide 2017:
Slow wine
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