Important red wine whose vines grow on volcanic soils on the hills of Taurasi. The name of our wine comes from the place where once the horses grazed into the wild, and where the remains of the hermitage of San Quirico. This wine is so precious that it was dressed with a work of art of the contemporary painter Moreno Bondi.
|Name||Eremo San Quirico ‐ Irpinia Campi Taurasini Doc|
|Appellation||Denomination of origin controlled|
|Training system||Trellis system with spurred cordon|
|Soil composition||Volcanic soil|
|Period of harvest||October|
|Winemaking||The grapes are harvested by hand and transported in small boxes of 20 kg. They are subject to light pressing, maceration for about 20 days in steel silos, which are subject to the process of
Alcooholic fermentation. At the end of fermentation, the wine is separated from grape skins and refine in new french oak barrel 225 hl for a period between 12 and 18 months
|Fining||French oak barrel for 18 months|
|Alcohol degree||14,5 % vol|
|Food matching||Wine goes with red meat dishes, game and aged cheeses, dishes prepared with meat sauce|
|Serving temperature||18° c|
|Wine characteristics||Brilliant red color with spicy taste typical of maiatica cherry of taurasi|
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