“This wine was born during a chance and fortunate meeting of a few bunches of red and white grapes on a clear moon night. The grapes were selected for a precious fine wine. The wine has an orange color but is theoretically not an orange wine because red grapes were also used (although this is a very small %).”
Winery: Antico Castello di Poppiano
Grape variety: Trebbiano, Cannaiolo, Malvasia
Region/region: Chianti (Tuscany)
Type: Blend (95% white grapes, 5% red)
Soil: Clay limestone with rocks
(Alberese and Galestro)
Serving temperature: 13-15° C
Lay-up potential: No data available yet
This wine is made according to the vinification process of red wine. The grapes are hand-picked and undergo a long fermentation in contact with the skin. The wine then matures for 8 months in Tonneau.
A very light red color, almost rosé.
The Prodigium has floral notes in the nose.
A unique and distinct wine with a solid pallet with hints of almonds,
white flowers, citrus and dried fruit.
Raw meat, risottos, beets, but mainly a wine to experiment with.
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