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Maso Poli
Marmoram Sorni Rosso Trentino DOC

Sorni wines are a unique example of a Trentino territorial wine. This wine takes its name from the valley alongside the Maso Poli estate, the Valle Marmora, whose characteristic red marlstone clay soils make up the typical “terroir” of the Maso Poli.

Owner: Togn Family
Website: www.masopoli.com
Winemaker: Goffredo Pasolli
Type: Red wine
Varietals: Lagrein, Teroldego

Vineyard Location: Pressano di Lavis
Orientation: South-West
Elevation: 985 ft
Vines Planted: 2002
Trellising: Guyot
Vines/Acre: 2,630
Yield/Acre: 24 ql
Soil: Clay with red marl

Grapes are hand-harvested, and each varietal is undergoes maceration and is vinified separately in stainless steel for 15 days with remontage; malolactic fermentation

Aging Process
Each varietal is aged 12 months in barrique, tonneaux and barrels before blending; blended wine is aged an additional 8-10 months; bottle refinement for 6-12 months

Tasting Notes
Color: Garnet red
Bouquet: Intense nose with notes of fruit followed by spice hints from aging in oak
Flavor: Elegant and full with great structure
Pairings: Suitable for meats, especially filets, chops and grilled cuts

Alcohol Content: 13%
Serving Temperature: 62°F
Production: 2,500 bottles