Leonardo – Rosso
Cantine Leonardo da Vinci is known for creating a lot of flagship wines. One is produced in the hillside of Vinci and Cerreto Guidi – the modern Rosso wine.
After harvesting the grapes, they went through red vinification on skin for approximately 10 days.
Leonardo – Rosso
With a controlled temperature of 29° C, fermentation happens together with frequent pumping over to ensure extraction of good color and to preserve its fragrance.
The Rosso wine throws a deep purple red color, the intense, persistent and hints of black fruit strikes the nose and the smooth, pleasant and long lasting aftertaste make the wine more enticing.
Information about Rosso
Brand name: Leonardo – Rosso
Wine name: Rosso
Appellation: Toscana Indicazione Geografica Tipica
Website: Cantine Leonardo
Tint: Deep red color
Aroma: Intense, persistent with hints of black fruit
Flavour: Smooth, pleasant with long lasting aftertaste
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Perfect match with meatballs, beef and venison
Grapes: 85% Sangiovese, 15% from other red grapes
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Leonardo – Rosso 2014
JAMES SUCKLING, Recognition won: 91 pts.
INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE, Recognition won: Bronze medal
DECANTER WORLD WINE, Recognition won: Gold medal – 95 pts.
Leonardo – Rosso 2013
DECANTER ASIA WINE, Recognition won: Commended
AWC VIENNA, Recognition won: Silver medal
DECANTER WORLD WINE, Recognition won: Bronze medal
MUNDUS VINI, Recognition won: Silver
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