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Renosu Rosso

12,40

Red Wine  Sardegna
Tenute Dettori    Cannonau, Monica, Pascale

 

Appellation: Romangia IGT
Size: 0.75 l
Certification: Biodynamic

Soil: Sandy
Extension of the vineyard: 6 ha
Type of plant: Sapling
Log Density per Ha: 5,500 logs per ha
Average age of the vineyard: 45 years

Average production per ha: 45 ql/ha
Vinification and aging: Destemming, fermentation in concrete vats and maceration on the skins for 3-10 days. Aging in the same containers from two or three months up to two or three years.
Total sulfur: 45 mg/l
Sugar residue: 8 g/l
N. of bottles produced: 30,000

Availability: 5 in stock

Curiosity

Renosu means “sandy” and on the sands of Romangia, in the valley, wines are produced that express their spontaneous simplicity, naked wines stripped of any industriousness. In the red Renosu we find the presence of a very slight residual sugar which together with Monica and Pascale soften and make a glass with a predominance of Cannonau more pleasant.

Author Suggestion

“Tenute Dettori’s Renosu Rosso is the wine you need to get a carton of if they invite you to a party. As soon as it is uncorked, it will melt your tongues and infect friends and strangers with joy. If you move away from the table, however, you will have to be careful to hide a couple of bottles or you won’t even be able to taste it. ” The Triple A team

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