|Name of the Wine
IGT Toscana Passito
White dry grapes
|Vineyards Average Age
250 meters above the sea level
|Number of vines per Ha
|Production per Ha
</strongOn the plant during 45 days with cutting of the vines at the end of September
Very slow fermentation in small barrels of 100lt
At least one year in small barrels of 100lt
At least 6 months in bottle
Deep golden yellow, the nose is complex and intense, with powerful candied fruit notes. In mouth there is an excellent balance between acidity and sugars. Wide and persistent aftertaste.
8° – 9°
A great dessert wine, passito di Toscana. Made from Malvasia and Trebbiano grapes allowed to dry out in a well ventilated room until Valentine’s Day, the date chosen by Antonio Moretti Cuseri. Around a week before the pressing of the grapes become coloured , ranging from intense brown, to gold and pink. The remaining passito from the year before, left at the bottom of the barrels, gives a persistent aroma of raisins, fruit cake and spicy oak.
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