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Castello di Ama Vigna Il Chiuso 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1806179
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Castello di Ama Vigna Il Chiuso 2011 750ml

Castello di Ama Vigna Il Chiuso

A harmonious and crisp red with notes of wild strawberry, cherry and blueberry that are deftly integrated with juicy and firm tannins on the complex and layered finish.

A harmonious and crisp red with notes of wild strawberry, cherry and blueberry that are deftly integrated with juicy and firm tannins on the complex and layered finish.

First released in 2009, Il Chiuso is a blend of Sangiovese and Pinot Noir. The Pinot Noir was harvested from a 10 acre parcel of 27 year old vines located in the San Lorenzo Valley while the Sangiovese was picked from younger estate vines. Each varietal was hand-picked and destemmed and vinified separately in stainless steel tanks with regular pump overs. After 20 days of maceration, the wines were racked into neutral barriques for fermentation and aging. After blending, the wine was returned to barrel for six months.

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Castello di Ama Castello di Ama Vigna Il Chiuso 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
A harmonious and crisp red with notes of wild strawberry, cherry and blueberry that are deftly integrated with juicy and firm tannins on the complex and layered finish.
 

Notes on the Castello di Ama Vigna Il Chiuso 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes A harmonious and crisp red with notes of wild strawberry, cherry and blueberry that are deftly integrated with juicy and firm tannins on the complex and layered finish.

Technical Notes First released in 2009, Il Chiuso is a blend of Sangiovese and Pinot Noir. The Pinot Noir was harvested from a 10 acre parcel of 27 year old vines located in the San Lorenzo Valley while the Sangiovese was picked from younger estate vines. Each varietal was hand-picked and destemmed and vinified separately in stainless steel tanks with regular pump overs. After 20 days of maceration, the wines were racked into neutral barriques for fermentation and aging. After blending, the wine was returned to barrel for six months.