Red Wine Cirò Gravello Val di Neto Rosso IGT Librandi cl 75
Wine that was born in the late 1980s from a blend of Gaglioppo and Cabernet Sauvignon. Immediately the company's flagship wine and emblem of Calabria which in those years began to open up to the international market. The fictional name, to which we are very attached, evokes complexity and seriousness on the one hand; lightness and immediacy on the other: the connection between two poles that best represents our production philosophy.
Gravello Val di Neto Rosso IGT
Municipality of production Tenuta Arcidiaconato in the countryside of Strongoli
Region of production Calabria
Grapes Gaglioppo 60%, Cabernet Sauvignon 40%
Soil type clayey, calcareous Training system and plant density spurred cordon, 5000 plants per hectare
Yield per hectare 65 quintals - 45 hectoliters
Harvest period first ten days of October fermentation in thermo-conditioned steel with 15 days maceration in wood, for 12 months in Allier barriques and with a stay in the bottle for 6 months before release
Optimal period of wine consumption over five years
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