||Manual, usually in the second half of September.
||Partially vinified in barriques. The wine remains on fermenting yeasts for about 6 months before being bottled to complete the maturing process. It is released for sale after at least 6 months in bottle.
||Partially aged in barriques. It is released for sale after at least 6 months in bottle.
||It is very good with saltwater and some freshwater fish dishes, such as trout. The combination with white and red meats is exceptional when they are cooked slowly with delicate spices.