The Mattioli family has lived in the tiny village of

The Mattioli family has lived in the tiny village of

12/18/2021, 9:27:06 PM
The Mattioli family has lived in the tiny village of Collecapretta [hill of the goats] in southern Umbria since the 1100’s. Vittorio Mattioli, his wife Anna and their daughter Annalisa farm the 8 hectare property; 4 hectares of indigenous old vines, 2 hectares of olive trees and 2 hectares of farro and ancient grains. The land provides all of the family’s and animal’s needs. All farming and cultivation is organic, low intervention along with some biodynamic methods. Fermented 6 days on the skins with native yeasts, aged in glass and cement, no added sulphites, unfined, unfiltered. Dark garnet in colour with aromas of campfire, ripe cherry, strawberry, a trace of wildflowers and soft spice. Ripe, juicy morello cherry, black cherry and pomegranate, along with earth and bitter almond glide atop tangy acidity and black tea tannins. Cherry, red currant, salty minerality, a savoury streak and peppery spice saturate the plush finish. Elegant, silky and vibrant. 100% Sangiovese 13.5% Alcohol Collecapretta ‘Il Rosso da Tavola’ NV #sangiovese #vinobiologico #vinnaturel #vinvivant #umbrianwine #lowintervention #biodynamicwine #vinnature #organicwine #drinkbetterwine #vinoitaliano #winereview #winegeek #italianwinelover #vinorosso #winelabel #instavino #winestagram #italianwine #collecapretta #ilrossodatavola #caravino

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