Tintilia is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the Molise region of east-central Italy. A red wine made from the grape was classified as Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) in 2011. Its name could be originated from “Tinto”, meaning “red” in Spanish...
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Grape Variety: 100% Tintilia grapes
Alcohol percentage: 14.5% vol.
Area of Production: San Felice del Molise
Altitude: 520 meters above sea level
Growth method: spurred cordon
Density: 3,000 plants per hectare
Yield per hectare: 600 kilos of grapes
Harvest: first half of October
Harvest Method: grapes are picked by hand and put into crates
Wine-making process: accurate selection of grapes, maceration for at least 10-12 days never exceeding 26° C
Ageing: 36 months in stainless steel vats + 6 months in bottle
COLOUR:Red color with bright, vivid reflections of garnet-red
AROMA: Spicy, balsamic aroma with undertones of sour black cherry and berries
FLAVOUR: Smooth, full-bodied taste
Best enjoyed at a temperature of 16-18°C.
Grilled meats and medium-aged cheeses
|Designation of origin||Tintilla del Molise D.O.C.|
|Alcohol Content||14,5 %|