Moncaro Marche Rosso I.G.T – Sangiovese, Montepulciano Organic

Certified Organic as “made with orgsnic grapes” from the hills of Montecarotto in Marche, abutting the gentle seas of the Adriatic. A fine blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese showcasing baking spice notes dark cherry fruit, cola and soft tannins. Velvety on the palate and ultra clean notes of salinity throughout, this wine showcases the high elevations on the Adriatic coast of the Marche region.

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Description

Certified Organic as “made with organic grapes” from the hills of Montecarotto in Marche, abutting the gentle seas of the Adriatic. A fine blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese showcasing baking spice notes dark cherry fruit, cola and soft tannins. Velvety on the palate and ultra clean notes of salinity throughout, this wine showcases the high elevations on the Adriatic coast of the Marche region.

Specifications

ABV%
13%
GRAPE VARIETALS
Sangiovese, Montepulciano

The Producer

Moncaro has always been characterised by its deep roots in the territory of Le Marche region and its unique environment. Moncaro sees itself as an expression of the culture of Le Marche and a representation of the heart of this land.

Like many other natives of this region, Moncaro is inspired by the desire to showcase its natural beauties and the products it yields by offering high quality services with character and style, in a language the world will understand but spoken with a local accent, fiercely proud of this venerable land and its historic culture.

Moncaro boasts three winemaking cellars, as well as various vineyards, in the region’s three most prestigious grape-growing areas. Moncaro is comfortably established in its territory thanks to its agriculturalists and its vineyards. The company plays an important role in the development of economic activities linked to tradition and land, such as viniculture.

Committed to the research and conservation of the biodiversity of the many micro-environments of Le Marche region, Moncaro is a fundamental custodian of the memory of this land, a contributor to the maintenance of the economic and social structures and, consequently, of the landscape.

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