||Its name means Monte Giove, the hill on which Santarcangelo di Romagna stands. Here already in ancient times there was a tradition of storing red wine in tunnels and caves of this sandstone mountain, so much so that the wine was called sanguis Jovis, a name that in the legend is considered a forerunner of the name Sangiovese.
||70% Spurred cordon, 30% Guyot.
||In red, 48 hours of cold maceration then 16 days of maceration at controlled temperature.
||19 months in barrels and barriques.
||It is indicated with red meats and dishes with a strong taste, recommended with fish soup, the soup traditionally cooked on the Rimini coast.
||Price Rocche Malatestiane Sangiovese Mons Jovis 2016 € 9.70