Col d'Orcia is celebrating the ancient recipe of Rosso di Montalcino
Col d’Orcia and the University of Florence carried out the valuable research on the conservation of the genetic heritage of the Tuscan wine: a collection of 600 ancient endangered varieties and Sangiovese clones. The noble blend “Rosso Col d’Orcia” is the result of the micro-winemaking, made in 2011, with the above mentioned varieties. In particular Col d’Orcia vinified various clones together with two native varieties belonging to the Tuscan heritage showing its concern for the protection of the terroir and its attention to biodiversity.
Grape varieties: 60% selected clones of Sangiovese, 30% Ciliegiolo, 10% Foglia Tonda.
6.600 bottles of 0,750 lt. and 150 bottles of 1,5 lt.
A delicious red that makes you want to drink it