Marotti Campi Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Rubico 2021
Marotti Campi Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Rubico 2021

Marotti Campi, 0,75 l - 13.50%
100% Lacrima

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Marche - Italy
Red green still

How to serve

Serve at:

16 - 18°C.

Decanting time:

1 Hour

Longevity:

10 - 15 years

Glass:

Marotti Campi Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Rubico 2021

Colour

Intense ruby red colour with violet hues.

Bouquet

Aromas of rose, violets, geranium, myrtle and cinnamon.

Flavour

Fresh and fruity on the palate, dry and velvety with balsamic notes, medium body and good acidity, pleasantly tannic.

Pairing

First courses, roasted white meat, cold meat, grilled fish or fish soup.

Meat
Cheese
Poultry
Pork
White fish

Features

Name Marotti Campi Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Rubico 2021
Type Red green still
Classification
Year 2021
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 13.50% by volume
Grape varieties 100% Lacrima
Country
Region Marche
Origin Morro d'Alba (AN)
Climate Altitude: 180 m. a.s.l. Exposition: South / South-East.
Soil composition Mixed mostly clay.
Cultivation system Guyot.
No. plants per hectare 3,450.
Harvest Mid September, hand harvested in small crates using dry ice to prevent oxidation.
Vinification 10% whole-cluster fermentation with carbonic maceration, 90% classic fermentation on skins in stainless steel.
Ageing 6 months in stainless steel vessels, 2 months in bottle.
Total acidity 5.00 gr/L
pH 3.30
Residual sugars 2.00 gr/L
Production year 50,000 bottles
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing First courses, roasted white meat, cold meat, grilled fish or fish soup.
On offer Price Marotti Campi Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Rubico 2021 € 7.13  ex VAT

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Luca Maroni
92/99 
2020
Veronelli
 
2020
Vitae AIS
 
2020
xtraWine
90/100 
2020
Bibenda
 
2019
Luca Maroni
93/99 
2019
Veronelli
 
2019
xtraWine
90/100 
2019

In the mid 19 th century the Marotti family purchased the land in Sant'Amico hamlet of Morro D'Alba and built a villa in the heart of the estate. An article featured in the local agricultural newspaper dated 1886 informs us that the first Vineyard co...

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