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The Sagrantino is cultivated in the territory of Montefalco in the province of Perugia, a rather restricted area that gives life to a rich and unreasonable wine. It is a vine with very ancient origins whose traces of which date back to the 1st century AD Traditionally it was produced in the passito version, but starting from the ’60s and in the 80s it began to produce its dry version. In 1992 Sagrantino obtained the DOCG and is now known and appreciated abroad.

Dark ruby color, intense scent of blackberries and fruit, strong tannic charge: it is one of the most precious reds in Italy. If tasted in the passito version, the sweet texture perfectly balances the hardest notes of its character. Sagrantino lends itself well to long aging.

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