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A Montepulciano, Syrah, Cesanese. From the NEW DOC region of Roma, it includes one of the most important historical territories with ancient wine traditions and the mineral strength of the land shaped by the Lazio Volcano. Bright, deep and intense colour, dark aromatic strength.
Poggio Le Volpi Roma Rosso DOC is the latest production by Poggio Le Volpi, it echoes the luxury and splendor of the times of Ancient Rome. The Roma Doc Bianco is produced from Malvasia Puntinata in purity, raised on the volcanic soils of the Castelli Romani, that are also among the main grapes for the production of the Frascati Superiore Docg. It is an ancient variety very interesting for its aromatic quality and mineral expression, it gives a bright colour to the wines, a great flavour and at the same time structure and softness.
|Product Type||Red Wine|
|Bottle Size||750 ml|
|Produced By||Poggio Le Volpi
|Case Quantity||Twelve (12)|
|Ratings||98/100 Luca Maroni
The common objective Armando and Felice Mergè productions is to reach the highest wine quality without altering their typicality. Tradition, identity and territory but also passion, commitment and experience: these are the family values.
In order to find the roots of Poggio Le Volpi Company we have to make a leap back of almost a century. Everything began in 1920, when Manlio Mergè starts his production of wine and oil. His passion for the land is first transmitted to his son Armando and then to his grandson Felice. Both transform the dream of grandfather Manlio into reality, founding in 1996 the Poggio le Volpi Farm in Monte Porzio Catone. This is a volcanic origin area, therefore its is inherently fertile.
If Armando started the Monte Porzio Catone production and the transformation of the company from local to a national one, Felice, following the business inclination of his father,becomes enologist leading the company into the circle of the most interesting winemaking companies in terms of production in the Lazio region, achieving high appreciation amongst the national and international niche wine lovers. Felice Mergè cultivates a modern and varied winemaking tradition, typical of eclectic and ambitious people, just like Manlio and Armando Mergé.