Morasco is a typically Tuscan wine produced using Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Colorino grapes. Grapes are picked at the end of September, beginning of October when they have reached full ripeness.
Oenologist: Fabio Signorini
Production Area: The hills of Vinci in Central-Western Tuscany
Ground: Clayey muddy sediments of lagoonal deposition of the Middle Pliocene.
Altitude: 90-120 meters above sea level
Grape variety: 75% Sangiovese-20% Canaiolo-5% Colorino
Planting distance: 250×0.80
Training systems: Archetto Toscano-Guyot
Harvest: 25th September-5th October
Vinification: Grapes are macerated in cement tanks for 10-12 days at a temperature of 28°-30° C. During fermentation the must is frequently pumped over and delestage is carried out to maximise colour extraction.
Appearance: Bright ruby red, steadily purple.
Aroma: Red fruits with cherry overtones.
Flavour: A dry, warm, soft and well-balanced wine. Suitable to be drunk throughout a meal.