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IGT Tuscan Red Wine

The Vicomoro, wine made from Cabernet grapes planted on the hills between Prato and Pistoia from long date, arrived in the area as “Uva Francesca or Francesa” thanks to Caterina de’ Medici, Queen of France, in 1700. It’s a wine from color red ruby, with at nose clear hints of red fruit and cherry, the spice evolves into aromas of licorice and toasted sweet.


  • Grape variety: Cabernet
  • Colour: very intense ruby red
  • Fragrances: articulate, elegant hints of mixed berries and vanilla
  • Taste: soft, round with a long lingering finish
  • Pairings:it accompanies dishes of grilled meat, game, mature cheeses
  • Characteristics of production area
  • Elevation: 100-120 meters above sea level
  • Vineyard exposure: South/South-West
  • Soil type: Clay-Limestone rich in skeleton
  • Density of planting: 5.000 vines/ ha
  • Cultivation system: Spurred Cordon and Guyot Systems
  • Yield/ha: 65 q/grapes
  • Winemaking and refining
  • Grape harvest season: between 20th September and 15th October
  • Grape harvesting operations: manually
  • Wine fermenting containers: in steel
  • Fermentation temperature: 26° C
  • Fermentation period: 15 days
  • Malolactic fermentation: natural in the period from October to November
    : 3 months in bottle
    Total production
    : 6.600 bottles of 750 ml


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