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Castello di Ama – Al Poggio

Al Poggio is made from 100% Chardonnay – which is grown traditionally in the Chianti Classico zone specifically Castello di Ama.

During the growing season, various climates showed up which is the main reason why the harvesting of grapes was delayed and started on the 23rd of September.

Castello di Ama – Al Poggio
Castello di Ama – Al Poggio

Harvesting of grapes is carefully done by hand. The vineyard workers fill in 10 – 12 kilograms crates and obey high quality inspection and sorting on bench.

After harvesting is an accurate fermentation process which takes place in steel tanks while the other grapes are transferred to barriques for malolactic fermentation that lasted for eight months.

Al Poggio’s limpid, brilliant gold color, floral aromas and stunning fresh flavor make the whole package endearing to wine lovers’ taste.

Information about Al Poggio

Brand name: Castello di Ama – Al Poggio
Wine name: Al Poggio
Country: Italy
Region: Siena
Appellation: Toscana Indicazione Geografica Tipica
Website: Castello di Ama

Tasting Notes

Tint: Limpid, brilliant gold
Aroma: Floral
Flavour: Stunning fresh
Food pairing: White fish
Bottle size: 75 cl
Grapes: Chardonnay
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Castello di Ama – Al Poggio

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