Tuscan Red Wine Spato Terradonnà 75cl - Sangiovese
Tuscan Red Wine - Spato Terradonnà 75cl
We are in Tuscany, and the world’s best-known grape variety is Sangiovese.
On the coast, this blend with its typical scents adds the influence of the proximity to the sea that carries its breeze to the hills of Suvereto, making the winter less severe.
Our 100% Sangiovese wine Spato is surprising for the freshness and soft tannins that envelop the palate, revealing traces of spices that make it appealing and invite another sip.
Food pairings: meat sauces, Florentine steak, peppered mussels.
Manual harvest, steeping in vitrified cement tanks at a temperature of 24 degrees for about 12 days, matured in French oak barrels for 12 months and in bottles for at least 12 months.
Tuscan Red Wine - Terradonnà
A perfect area for wine production
The winery is located in the Suvereto foothills and a few kilometres from the coast, not far from the beautiful island of Elba.
This is a perfect area for wine production of our Tuscan red wines thanks to a soil particularly rich in minerals and a microclimate in which recirculation of air coming from the sea keeps the climate mild throughout the year.
Our land has clay soil that makes the surface arid. Accordingly, to prevent the roots from suffering dryness, they must be planted deep below the clay layer.
This is why we have chosen to place our lines 120 centimetres apart.
This type of plant involves extremely difficult cultivation, which is performed mostly manually by experienced operators.
Careful wine cellar work
Our approach to wine production has always been characterised by an almost maniacal precision in every single thing that is done in the cellar, starting from the selection of the grapes, up to the careful cleaning of all equipment used, through respect for the environment. This means adopting cutting-edge systems for tank sterilisation while avoiding chemical products.
Our wines, from 2002 to today
The first wine, Okenio, was presented in 2002.
Today we have 9 labels with very different wines, each expressing a particular characteristic of this territory.
|Origin of raw materials||Self-produced|
|Altitude (meters above sea level)||100|
|Colour of Wine||Red|
|Type of Wine||Still|
|Yield of grapes into wine%:||60|
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