Bacca Nera


Location: Valpolicella Valpantena, Vino Ross Designation of Origin

Vineyard: Brolo del Figaretto

Grapes: Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Croatina, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Oseleta, Corvinone, Dindarella, Corvina and Turchetta

Characteristics of the vineyards: Location on hills and foothills with a southerly orientation. Very calcareous soil. Gujot planting system with a density of 4000 vines per hectare

Winemaking and aging

Harvest: Handmade in 5 kg boxes in the third ten days of September

Vinification: The pressed grapes fall by gravity into small 50 hl stainless steel containers. Pumpovers and delestages are carried out during fermentation. The temperature does not go above 28° C. Once fermentation is finished, the wine matures for 3 months in selected wood, 3 months in the bottle before being put on sale.

Tasting Note

Maturation: The peak of maturation is found one year after the harvest

Organoleptic characteristics: Dark ruby ​​color with purple reflections. Cherry, plum, ripe blackberries, an intense nose of violets typical of these grapes. Dry and persistent on the palate

Pairings: Ideal with pasta, red meats, young or medium-aged cheeses

Alcohol: 14% Vol.

Serving temperature: 16-18°C