Vinification: careful selection of grapes both on the plant and in the cellar, with particular attention to the integrity of the bunches brought to manual sorting, squeezing the whole bunch, short decanting static cold must, spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts.
Organoleptic characteristics: straw yellow with golden highlights and good brilliance. The smell is fine and intense with notes of yellow flowers: broom, wild chamomile, and ripe yellow fruits. Dry and balanced wine, round and warm, well supported by a pleasant fresh and savoury finish.
Aging Potential: +10 years
Aging: 12 months in stainless steel on their yeast, 12 months in bottle
Appellation: Romagna Albana DOCG Secco
Bottle size: 0.75
Pairing: Aged cheeses or as a sipping wine
Production: 3,000 bottles
Region: Emilia Romagna
Type of wine: White
Tenuta Santa Lucia
All vineyards are grown according to organic farming with espalier training system and Guyot pruning. In recent years outstanding outcomes have been achieved through the evaluation of the lunar phases influence (both in the vineyards and in the cellar) applying biodynamic philosophy.Find out more
Santa Lucia philosophy has always been to create a range of quality handcrafted made wines that maintain the greatest respect for man and nature. Hence their commitment to grow native grapes such as Albana, Famoso, Centesimino and Sangiovese. They pursue quality through organic farming -which nowadays should be the standard method- and biodynamic farming.