Produced from distinctive Sangiovese grapes, together with autochthonous Sagrantino, and Merlot. Il Campanile is matured in small French oak barrels and kept in the cellar for some months prior to being released. Organic farming guidelines were followed in producing this wine.

Produced from distinctive Sangiovese grapes, together with autochthonous Sagrantino, and Merlot. Il Campanile is matured in small French oak barrels and kept in the cellar for some months prior to being released. Organic farming guidelines were followed in producing this wine.

Il Campanile 2017

Tasting Notes

It has a ruby red colour and a fine, complex bouquet of spices and fruit. It is intense, pleasantly fresh and persistent.

Serving suggestion: This versatile, medium-bodied red wine is ideal with red meats, pasta al ragù and semi-aged cheeses.

Serving temperature: 16 - 18 degrees

Alcohol content: 14%

Vineyard

Grapes: Sangiovese 70%, Sagrantino 20%, Merlot 10%

Altitude: From 270 to 325 metres a.s.l. (from 885 feet to 1066 feet). South westerly facing exposure.

Soil type: Calcareous soil, loam clay structure rich in alberese and quartz stones, and other rock fragments.

Yield per hectare: Less than 5 tonne (5000 kilograms) per hectare.

Training system: Twisting Guyot

Vine density: 5000 vines per hectare / 2023 plants per acre

Vinification

Harvest: The grapes were hand-picked and bunch selected between mid- September and the end of October

Vinification: Fermentation on skins for 15 days in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of between 25 and 28 degrees, it is matured for 9 months in 225-litre French oak barrels and then aged in bottle for some months before being released.

Annual production: 3500 bottles

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Il Campanile 2016

Tasting Notes

Serving suggestion: This enjoyable and versatile wine is ideal with red meats and aged cheeses.

Serving temperature: 16 – 18 degrees

Alcohol content: 13.5%

Vineyard

Grapes: Sangiovese 80%, Sagrantino 15% and Merlot 5%.

Altitude: From 270 to 325 metres a.s.l. (from 853 ft to 967 ft). South westerly facing exposure.

Soil type: Calcareous soil, loam clay structure rich in alberese and quartz stones and other rock fragments.

Yield per hectare: Less than 6 tonne (6000 kilograms) per hectare

Training system: Twisting Guyot

Vine density: 5,000 vines per hectare / 2,023 plants per acre

Vinification

Harvest: The grapes were hand-picked and bunch selected between mid-September and the end of October.

Vinification: Fermentation on skins for 15 days in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of between 25 and 28 degrees, it is matured for 9 months in 225 litres of French oak barrels and then aged in bottle for some months before being released.

Annual production: 8,000 bottles

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Il Campanile 2015 Sold out

Tasting Notes

Serving Suggestion: This enjoyable and versatile wine is ideal with red meats and aged cheeses.

Serving temperature: 16 – 18 degrees

Alcohol Content: 13.5%

Vineyard

Grapes : Sangiovese 70%, Sagrantino 20% and Merlot 10%.

Altitude : From 270 to 325 metres a.s.l. (from 853 ft to 967 ft). South westerly facing exposure.

Soil type: : Sangiovese – Calcareous soil, loam clay structure rich in alberese / quartz stones. Merlot – Sedimentary, calcareous soil, rich in clay and rock fragment.

Yield per Hectare : Less than 8 tonne per hectare

Training System : Twisting Guyot

Vine density : 5000 vines per hectare / 2023 plants per acre

Vinification

Harvest : The grapes were hand-picked and bunch selected between September 23rd and October 15th.

Vinification : Fermentation on skins for around 15 days in temperature controlled stainless steel vats, matured for 9 months in a a combination of stainless steel and 225 litres of French oak barrels.

Annual Production : 1000 bottle