The winemaking is conducted with fermentation at a controlled temperature of 82 degrees F for 10 days, with selected yeasts. Here the deep color is extracted. At the end of fermentation, aging begins in medium-sized oak barrels for 6 months.
Sonoroso Dark comes from a selection of Teroldego Rotaliano and Merlot grapes that have high sugar content and are rich in color.
The red currant, blackberry and blueberry of Teroldego emerges on the nose. From Merlot there is a beautiful aromatic profile with notes of vanilla and jam.
Full, powerful and rich, with soft tannins that are well integrated thanks to the oak aging.
Pairs well with red meats that are seasoned and BBQ dishes but can also be enjoyed on its own.