GUTTURNIO RESERVE VERSION AND CLASSIC GUTTURNIO RESERVE VERSION
They’re obtained by the grape varieties “Barbera” and “Bonarda” in the traditional proportion of, respectively, 60% and 40% with a maximum production of 10 tonnes per hectare and a yield of wine not superior to 70 hectolitres per hectare, the Gutturnio Reserve version and the Classic Reserve version present an intense ruby red and it’s garnet-coloured in the background, a pleasant scent of dry flavour, still, harmonic, full-bodied and its alcoholic contents is at least of 12,2% by volume. Ideally served at 20° C, it needs a moderated oxygenation. Aged at least for 2 years, (3 months are spent in wooden containers starting from the 1st October of the grapes harvest) it is produced only in years of particular distinction and maintains its best qualities for more than 3-4 years. It’s ideal with wild game meats and flavoured braised meats.
(Translated by Laura Fugazzi)