Az. Agr. Tiberini s.s.a.

Via Delle Caggiole 9, 53045 Montepulciano (SI)
Italy
Telephone +39 0578 716112
Fax +39 0578 715421
info@tiberiniwine.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Società Agricola Gozzi Cesare e Franco s.s.

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Product category: Toscana

VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANO D.O.C.G. RISERVA VIGNETO CAMPACCIO

We produce this wine only in the best years, with grapes cultivated in a small vineyard of 0,85 hectares called “Vigneto Campaccio”, that was planted in the year 1967, in which the particular soil is composed by clay with little stones, and the exposure to sun and to wind give a very important and unique character to grapes. In the second half of October when the maturation is perfect, we hand harvest the best grapes of Prugnolo Gentile (90%), Canaiolo Nero (5%) and Mammolo (5%), in the cellar immediately taked, and after a cold pre-maceration stage, takes place an alcoholic fermentation, in 50 hl tanks at a controlled temperature with frequent fullings and delestages and a final light pressing of the skins, to support the maximum extraction of their components. Ageing in wood is normally done in 500 liters French oak barrels of different origin ( Allier, Vosges) for about 40/44 months, this to permit the best maturation of the Wine but without print the wine with the oak, with the target to exalt the territorial peculiarity of our Vigneto Campaccio. The wine after is bottled, and before being put on the market the wine is aged and refined al least for 10 months in bottle. This wine represents the character of our land and of this special vineyard, according to our wine-producing conception that want respect the territory, and proposing the particular results of a land in wich there is the cultivation of the vine from thousand years. Vino Nobile Riseva Vigneto Campaccio is ruby red in colour tending to garnet, with violet tints. the smells are of wild ripe red berries, with a slight scent of “Coscia di Monaca”, the typical plum of Montepulciano that is present in all our wines, and in its odour can be detected a light trace of spices, tobacco and black pepper. The taste is fullbodied and robust, round, well-balanced, with a hint of tannin and important acidity.

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Product category: Toscana

VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANO D.O.C.G.

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is produced from a combination of Prugnolo Gentile (85%), Canaiolo Nero (10%) and Mammolo (5%) grape varieties. The grapes are normally hand harvested in the first half of October, but the harvest can also be delayed according to vintages. The selected grapes in our vineyards are placed in fermentation on the skins for 25-30 days, where takes place an initial cold pre-maceration. Alcoholic fermentation is set off with natural yeasts and is done in 50 and 70 hl steel tanks at a controlled temperature, with frequent repassings and delestages to favour the extraction. Ageing in wood is normally done in 500 l and in 20, 25, and 34 hl French and Slavonian oak barrels for about 30 months, according to vintages and to the characteristics of the product. Before being put on the market the wine is refined for minimum 6 months in bottle. This wine, that well represent the traditional culture of our land, shows a own particular character, in which is recognizable our wine-producing conception. Visually it has a ruby red colour, tending to garnet, with a lively violet touch, and an intense bouquet of ripe red fruit with a slight scent of “Coscia di Monaca”, the typical plum of Montepulciano, present in all our wines. In its odour can be detected a light trace of spices, tobacco and burned leather. The taste is fullbodied and powerful, round, with a hint of tannin.

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Product category: Toscana

VINO NOBILE DI MONTEPULCIANO D.O.C.G. RISERVA VIGNETO FOSSATONE

This wine is produced only in years of excellent quality, when in the second half of October we hand harvest in a small vineyard of 1.5 hectares called Vigneto Fossatone, the best grapes of Prugnolo Gentile (90%), Canaiolo (5%) and Mammolo (5%). The grapes, after a cold pre-maceration stage, takes place an alcoholic fermentation, in 50 hl cement tanks at a controlled temperature with frequent repassings and delestages, and a final light pressings of the skins, to support the maximum extraction of their natural components. Ageing in wood is normally done in in 500 l and in 25 hl French oak barrels of different origin ( Allier, Vosges) for about 40/42 months, this to permit the best maturation of the wine and absolutely not print it with the oak, but with the intention to protect the vintages and to the characteristics of the product that born in this territory end in this vineyard called Vigneto Fossatone. After an ulterior period of rest, the wine is bottled and before to be put on the market the wine is aged and refined for 8/10 months in bottle. Vino Nobile Riseva Vigneto Fossatone is ruby red in colour, tending to garnet; its smell reminds of ripe and red berries with a slight scent of “Coscia di Monaca”, the typical plum of Montepulciano present in all our wines, besides a light trace of spices, tobacco and pepper. The taste is fullbodied and robust, round, well-balanced, with a hint of tannin and important acidity. This wine is faithful to our wine-producing conception that want respect the our territory and his history and typicality, it wonderfully represents all the main characters of the small vineyard where the grapes of this are born, where the magnificent display in the sun and the winds and the terrain consists of Pliocene origin with sands, clays and stones, giving to the wine a particular balance of body and elegance.

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Montepulciano is situated on a hill which forms the watershed between the valleys of Orcia and Chiana. Its origins date back to the early 500 A.C. when, they say, the Etruscan king Porsenna made it build. Its name probably derives from Mons Publicianus, for the presence of the possessions of the Roman Gens Publici, or from Mons Politicus, for the emigration of patrician families in this place, as a result of the barbarian invasions. Today Montepulciano retains its wonderful Old Town, which takes us back in time, until those golden ages, when for the beauty of its buildings was called Pearl of the sixteenth century. The public buildings, religious and private, designed by the best architects of the Renaissance, made of Montepulciano, thanks to the generosity of the Florentine republic and the aristocratic families, a laboratory where express their art to rival Siena and Florence, and a wonderful place, especially today, it's beautiful to live. In this area of Tuscany south-east, are mixed forests of pines, oaks and chestnut trees, with plans tuffaceous cultivated, undulations of clay, plains of a former marshland. A heterogeneous territory, low population density, which remained almost isolated from the influences of the surrounding areas, appreciated by tourists passing through, as one who, desirous of a place to rest, Montepulciano chooses as final destination. Over time, Montepulciano has developed its own characteristic rural, represented by Vino Nobile, much valued in the world today, and that among these valleys has even more enriched the landscape and natural beauty.

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