Protected designation of origin
Sangiovese Oriolo

This wine gives the purest expression to the territorial identity of the Sangiovese of Oriolo, the small sub-zone (Additional Geographic Definition, or MGA) surrounding the Oriolo Tower, in the first sweep of hills between Faenza and Forlì, in the heart of Romagna.
A wine that releases an austere and fragrant fruit over floral notes, which in the mouth expresses finesse and the typical saltiness of this territory. Characterised by elegance and freshness with a complexity coming from the nuances of delicate aromas. A refined and well-balanced wine.


Denomination: Romagna Sangiovese Oriolo
Subzone: Oriolo
Place of production: Castiglione di Forlì
Alcohol by volume: 13.0%
Ampelographic base: Sangiovese in purity-blend of (large-grape) Romagna
Soil type: red clays and yellow sands (Messinian molasses)
Altitude: 70m above sea level

Exposure: North
Slope: 5%
Number of plants per hectare: 6250
Growing system: Candelabra (6 productive buds per plant)
Productivity: 800g per plant Harvesting method: by hand
Agricultural method: integrated, low environmental impact with use of organic fertilizers

Harvesting period: third decade of September
Vinification: fermentation in steel at controlled temperature and average 25 days maceration
Aging: nine months in steel and at least six in the bottle
Available bottle sizes: 0.75 litres