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An intense ruby red hue and delightful aromas of dark plum and cherry seduce the senses as you pour out a glass of this elegant red. Take a sip and you’ll discover hints of crushed wild berries and baking spice set off by a well-rounded mouthfeel, full body and silky smooth tannins. The opulent fruit character and firm structure of the Dal Cero Preziosaterra make it a handsome partner for roasted game and aged cheeses.
Crafted from Syrah and Sangiovese grapes, this Tuscan blend begins life in the Dal Cero family’s vineyards in the Manzano area of Cortona. The vines are planted at an elevation of 280 metres which guarantees cool nights even during the summer, helping to maintain freshness in the finished wines. The warm sunny days and cool nights are particularly well-suited to the local Sangiovese and the French Syrah vines which the Dal Cero family decided to plant here as an experiment several decades ago.
The grapes selected for this wine are all harvested by hand in September and then vinified separately in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then aged in French oak barrels for six months before being left to mature in the bottle for an additional six months.