Vino Nobile di Montepulciano by De' Ricci is an excellent pure Sangiovese with a sweetly fruity aromatic texture and light salty and spicy touches. Harvested manually in crates followed by selection of bunches and berries in sorting tables. The vinification in steel is followed by a maceration of about 22 days. The refinement takes place in tonneaux and large 20 Hl barrels for about 15 months, followed by at least 9 months of permanence in the bottle. It develops in the mouth is complete and articulated, crunchy and ample, fresh and rich in chiaroscuro. Complete and complex wine, with a radiant finish.
Enrico Trabalzini, founded the company in 2015 and manages it with his wife Antonella and their children Nicolò and Francesco. His passion for vines and wine dates back to 1995, when he replanted the vineyards inherited from his father. As a boy he had been practically 'adopted' by the De 'Ricci family and that is why the Trabalzini were able to purchase the building with the magnificent historic cellars described as a' cathedral of wine '. Enrico, an agronomist by training, takes care of the 30 hectares of vineyards concentrated mainly around the Fontecornino estate where the new winemaking cellar managed by his enologist son, Nicolò, is located, with the support of the consultant Maurizio Sentini. The De 'Ricci philosophy aims to achieve excellence while fully respecting the typicality of the territory.