S-cétt Sangiovese Rubicone Organic
Tenuta Santa Lucia
Rubicone Sangiovese "S-Cètt" is made from Sangiovese grapes from the vineyards on the Mercato Saraceno hills. After manual harvesting, the grapes are carefully selected and then undergo spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts, followed by ageing for 12 months in steel and six months in the bottle. No sulphites are added to the wine.
Bright ruby red in the glass. Intense nose expressing aromas of fresh red fruit, blackberries and cherries, combined with sensations of violets. Full-bodied mouthfeel, marked by a pleasant freshness and silky tannins.
- Type: Red Wine
- Grape: Sangiovese 100%
- Alcohol: 14,50%
- Vintage: 2019
- Region: Emilia Romagna
- Bottle size: 750 ml
- Serving temperature: 18°/20° C
- Matching: Earthy first courses, earthy second courses.
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Ask any Italian where their favourite place to eat is, and their response will undoubtedly be “mamma’s kitchen”. But if we change the context of the question and extend it to include a wider area, the answer will most likely be Emilia-Romagna. Our region's cuisine is one of the finest in the world. There are a number of reasons for this, each one tastier than the next. Just think of Emilia-Romagna's vast collection of PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) and PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) products, which are not easy to come by elsewhere.
Tenuta Santa Lucia
The farm is located in Mercato Saraceno, in the upper Savio valley, in the heart of a rural and elusive Romagna that has been able to preserve the authenticity and a profound vocation for vine cultivation. Managed by Paride, the company expresses a particular interest in safeguarding the land through using natural methods certified by Demeter, both in the vineyard and in the cellar. Paride's focus on traditional varieties such as Centesimino and Famoso makes this winery of particular interest. Hectares under vine: 18.