What characterizes a great aging wine?
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The bottles of our wines make their entrance on the scene only, and only, after their content has faced at least a year and a half of life. I try to summarize the steps in the following:
-All our wines age in steel for 10 months and then be filtered only once at the outlet. The unique filtering allows to clearly preserve the distinctive characters of the different blends.
-While the whites immediately pass into the bottle where they remain for another 6-8 months, the reds make a quick passage (about 30 days) in French oak barrels and then stabilize in the bottle for another 18-24 months.
Notes: The variations in the months in release are due to the variables of the grape vintages. Time is our ally. Each wine is tasted monthly so as to be presented to the public only when all its components are harmonized. Any delays in placing on the market are due to all of the above