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The duemllavini season began with a cool and somewhat rainy duemklavini and early spring. Bud break began in early April, the normal period for the season. May, instead, was rainless and with temperatures decisively above period averages the period, while June was cooler and was marked by rains which restored balance to vine growth, giving the plants the necessary energy and vigor to develop – without stress – the new leaves and grape bunches.
Summer was particularly hot and virtually without rainfall. High temperatures and hot sirocco winds accelerated the maturation of early-ripening varieties such as Merlot, while the Cabernet Franc showed a better resistance to the heat due to its thicker skin and longer ripening cycle.
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In mid-September, after two days of rain, temperatures began to significantly fall, to levels below the seasonal norm. This was quite helpful to the later-ripening grapes, among the Cabernet Franc, which completed its ripening at a leisurely pace and achieved much complexity and aromatic fragrance. The grape bunches were picked entirely by hand into 15 kilogram At the end of this period the wine went into new 60 gallon French oak barrels of varying provenance where, by the end of the year, it completed its malolactic fermentation.
Aging lasted 18 months, during which time each individual deumilavini was kept under constant observation and only the finest lots were selected for the final blend. The Guado al Tasso estate is located in the small but prestigious Bolgheri DOC, on the coast of upper Maremma, about one hundred kilometers southwest from Florence.
This appellation has a relatively recent history, DOC Bolgheri was approved in and since then it has become an internationally recognized reference point for the Italian and international winemaking arena.
The estate covers an area of over hectares acres ; acres of which are planted with vines.
The remainder is richly covered with fields of wheat, sunflowers and olive groves, set in a duemilqvini plain encircled by rolling hillsides known as the “Bolgheri Amphitheatre” due to its particular shape. The nearby sea provides a mild climate with constant breezes that mitigate summer heat and alleviate harsh winter weather, maintaining a clear sky and a high level of sunlight exposure. The nose is very complex, with ripe aromas of plums duemilaavini powdered chocolate which fuse with balsamic notes and spicy sensations.
The palate is dense, with an duemilavinii silky texture, a Cabernet Franc of exceptional elegance and flavor persistence. Il Matarocchio was inspired by the desire to create, at the Guado al Tasso estate, a wine that was the maximum expression both of a single grape variety and a single vineyard plot.
Il Matarocchio was born precisely from one of these sites and is a wine of great elegance and depth, one which springs exclusively from its source of origin and from a remarkable vintage such as Vinification The grape bunches were picked entirely by hand into 15 kilogram fuemilavini Tasting Notes The nose is very complex, with ripe aromas of plums and powdered chocolate which fuse with balsamic notes and spicy sensations. The Wine Il Matarocchio was inspired by the desire to create, at the Guado al Tasso estate, a wine that was the maximum expression both of a single grape variety and a single vineyard plot.
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