Leonardo – Rubicaia
Cantine Leonardo da Vinci had a new business concerning Sangiovese grapes. This target led them to make use of a partially dry grape vinification system exploring its potentials.
Grapes followed a soft pressing process during fermentation with a composed temperature of 27 C°.
Leonardo – Rubicaia
Every single grape variety is vinified accordingly in stainless-still tanks for at least 10 days.
Produced in the central part of Romagna, made from 85% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot and 5% from other red grape varieties; Rubicaia wine displays an intense red color with purple hues and shows delicious hints of plum, cherry and violets on the nose.
Rubicaia has a well balanced and full-bodied flavor with a pleasant stylish finish which is a good pair with game, grilled meats and savory Italian dishes.
Information about Rubicaia
Brand name: Leonardo – Rubicaia
Wine name: Rubicaia
Appellation: Romagna Denominazione di Origine Controllata Sangiovese Superiore
Website: Cantine Leonardo
Tint: Intense red with purple hues
Aroma: Delicious hints of cherry, plum and violets
Flavour: Well balanced, full-bodied with pleasant stylish finish
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Perfect match with game, grilled meats and savory Italian dishes
Grapes: 85% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot and 5% from other red grapes
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Leonardo – Rubicaia 2013
AWC VIENNA, Recognition won: Silver medal
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