Colli d’Imola (BO) – Romagna
Land Features and Plant
terrain formed by sand and alluvial clays
The vineyards have respectively 10.13 and 29 years of age, with an average density of 5,500 plants per hectare.
The yield per hectare is 45 quintals
Controlled-temperature maceration and subsequent post-fermentation maceration on the skins.
Denomination and vintage
Romagna Sangiovese Riserva DOP
Harvest and Aging period
Harvest in the middle – end of September.
Vinified in steel tanks.
Aged in 500 liter oak barrels for 24-30 months. In bottles for at least 12 months.
Service Format and Temperature
Optimal served at 18 ° C
Out of stock
VINO DEL TRIBUNO
2016 certificate of Great Merit
GUIDA AIS EMILIA ROMAGNA DA BERE
2016 6 berries with mention of excellence
CONCOURS MONDIAL DE BRUXELLES
2017 silver medal
Le Armi - Romagna Sangiovese Riserva DOP
Le Armi is produced only in the outstanding vintages by the harvest of the best Sangiovese grapes, which is usually performed in the second half of September, after an accurate work of reduction of the grapes in the weeks preceding the harvest.
The grapes are exclusively grown into the vineyards of the property “Palazzona di Maggio”, into the DOC Colli di Imola region.
The making involves a temperature-controlled maceration and fermentation, and a post-fermentation skin maceration.
The maturation takes place into toneaux oak barrel for 24-30 months.
Tasting notes and food pairing - Romagna Sangiovese Riserva DOP
Color: Intense ruby red.
Aromas: Complex bouquet of cherry jam, plum chutney, floral notes with hints of tobacco and chocolate
Taste: great structure and intensity, balanced by an outstanding acidity. Round and smooth finish, with a long peppery aftertaste.
Pairing: paires well with structured tastes, such as “lasagne alla bolognese”, all kind of grilled and tasty meat. Simply perfect when slowly tasted alone.