The Longanesi grape, called BURSON from the nickname of the family that discovered and developed it, is an indigenous grape grown exclusively in 200 hectares in the Ravenna province (Emilia-Romagna) by a handful of wineries. The peculiar aroma with fruity scents based on sour black cherries, spices and cocoa makes this wine one of the most appreciated and sought-after by real connoisseurs. It will also pleasantly surprise those who simply want to taste a very classy wine, the ideal companion for an important evening or simply for meditation.
It will also pleasantly surprise those who simply want to taste a very classy wine, the ideal companion for an important evening or simply for meditation.
In purity only in the best years. At late June, the grapes are accurately thinned out in order to obtain a better quality, followed by a selection of sun-facing bunches; the harvest is made in crates. Winemaking on the skins for about 15 days, with frequent pumping-over. Aged in French oak barriques for about 18 months. Aged in bottles for 6 months.
Alcohol content: 14.5 % vol.
Deep garnet red color. Characteristic aroma of small forest fruits. Dry, full-bodied, lightly tannic and persistent taste.
Grilled red meats, roast meats, game.
Serving temperature 20-22°C