Rosso Conero Grosso Agontano Garofoli 2019
The selection of the best grapes, the yield in the vineyard deliberately kept low, give this wine a great structure. It ages from one to two years in small French oak barrels and almost two years in the bottle before being put to consumption. The important character of the wine and the aromas of marasca, typical of Rosso Cònero, blend harmoniously with those of wood. Suitable for long aging.
Name Grosso Agontano
Denomination Rosso Cònero Doc Riserva
Type of dry red wine
Vineyard area of origin in the locality of Piancarda and Paterno, municipality of Ancona
Medium mixture soil, rich in limestone
100% Montepulciano grapes
Processing - crushing and destemming of grapes - fermentation with maceration on the skins for about 10-15 days - racking - malolactic fermentation - maturation for about 18 months in barriques - aging in bottle for 12 months and more
Intense color, deep with dark ruby hue tending to garnet
Intense aroma with a complex taste of ripe red fruits on which the morello cherry with the delicate spice and the vanilla note of the wood prevails
Flavor sapid, soft, warm and velvety; pleasantly re-sensations of jam and licorice root; great persistence.
Consumption if well preserved can age up to ten years and more in exceptional years.
Pairings goes well with grilled meats, game, aged cheeses.
Serving temperature 18 ° C
Color intense, deep in hue à dark ruby tending to garnet Perfume intense with a complex taste of ripe red fruits on which prevails the morello cherry melted with the delicate spice and the vanilla note of the wood Taste sapid, soft, warm and velvety; pleasantly re-sensations of jam and licorice root; great persistence. Consumption if well preserved it can; age up to ten years and more; in exceptional years. Pairing it goes perfectly with grilled meats, game, aged cheeses.
"We have been practicing the art of being together for five generations". This is how the Garofoli company presents itself, starting the production and sale of local wines with Antonio Garofoli in 1871. The production rests on a total of about 50 hectares of property, in the municipalities of Montecarotto, Anoca and Castelfidardo, where the cellar is also located main, dedicated to reds, special vinifications, refinements and aging. The Verdicchio grapes are instead processed in the Serra de 'Conti cellar, an area suitable for Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi. Garofoli is an established and appreciated reality both locally and worldwide. Of the approximately 1.6 million bottles produced annually, 60% go beyond national borders to reach aficionados from all over the world.