Gigiò our first-born was the start of our adventure. Produced from the oldest Sangiovese vines, it is a Sangiovese blend with a small percentage of Colorino. The wine is complex and elegant, with deep colors and lively fruits, persistent acidity and finish, guaranteeing it to be age-worthy.

Additional Details

Vineyard: "I Tulipani" vineyard on the property of POGGIO LA NOCE, Fiesole.

Elevation: 800-1000 feet

Orientation: South - South West facing

Vineyard Size: 3.5 acres

Average age of the Vines: 12 to 18 years

Soil: Predominantly calcareous marl with alberese and galestro strata.

Training System: Guyot

Varietals: Mostly Sangiovese with a small percentage of Colorino.

Harvest: Beginning of October, manual harvest.

Fermentation: After destemming and careful sorting on the selection tables, the grapes are fermented in stainless steel temperature-controlled vats, using indigenous yeasts.

Ageing: The Sangiovese will age for 24 months in large oak casks (10 Hl) and the Colorino in barriques of French oak (225L), with the final wine resting another 12 months in bottle prior to being released.

Bottles Produced: 2000 bottles.

Alcohol: 13% to 14%

Potential Cellaring: 15+ years

Tasting notes: Dark ruby red, deep and bright. The nose offers a series of scents: dark fruit, violet and rose essence, with spice notes of black pepper and cinnamon, with hints of licorice and chocolate. To the palate the wine presents a full-bodied structure with silky and exuberant elegance, the tannins are elegant and soft, and the accompanying acidity guarantees its long ageing potential.

Gigiò Data Sheet