Presented in 2005 as the result of Tuscan tradition in a contemporary style, the wine is profoundly Tuscan with a modern soul.
The fermentation and skin contact takes place in temperature controlled stainless steel vats for about 15 days. Full malolactic fermentation occurs.
Bright, linear red.
Well-structured aromas with red and black fruity overtones. The balsamic nuances are a prelude to the slightly spiced finish.
The fruity flavors with softly developed hints of roast are followed by chiselled tannins and a bitter chocolate finish.
Full tasting Notes
A characterful wine that’s unmistakably rounded and deeply gratifying.
White meat, soups and fresh pasta with rich sauces.
Winemaking details Il Ducale
A blend of red grapes.
Did you know?
Il Ducale is perfect with all dishes, but is especially popular by the glass.