|Name of the Wine
|Average Age the Vines
80 metres Above the sea level
|Spacing of Rows
2mt. x 0,75mt.
|Production per Ha
Citrusy and floral
Fresh and soft
12,5 % vol.
|Suggested Serving Temperature
Soft cheeses, dishes based on fish
Vermentino grapes is a variety typical of the Tyrrhenian basin. This varietal expresses its best features in Maremma area. Vermentino Poggio al Lupo is a young and fragrant wine that was produced for the first time with vintage 2015. It has fresh and aromatic fruity note and is distinctive for the delicate and persistence pleasantness in the palate.
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Crognolo is named after a wild bush, Cornus, that grows abundantly on the estate. Made predominantly from Sangiovese, a traditional Tuscan variety, that produces elegant and age worthy wines and a small part of Merlot, Crognolo brings together the class of Sangiovese with the complexity bestowed by aging in oak.
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Morellino di Scansano gets its name from the particular type of Sangiovese found in Maremma and the most important area Scansano, found in the province of Grosseto, where the wine comes from. Soft, young and fruity, it is loved by wine drinkers and wine lovers alike.
Grillo is a very versatile variety which, thanks to its characteristics, has a good potential for ageing and enjoys different vinifications. That is why Dott Moretti Cuseri tried to age it in wood and drink it just with his family and friends, who really appreciated it. As it was very successful, from 2015 he decided to launch it on the market.
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