The Moro di SanGiovanni wine

As the ultimate expression of a tuscan grand vin, the Moro di SanGiovanni wine comes from the combination of a unique terroir, the typical grape varieties of the French wine tradition, the interpretation of an international wine making experience that translates the school of Bordeaux in Italian craftsmanship.

The solid and yet innovative qualities of the Moro di SanGiovanni wine cater to wine lovers seeking the excellence of a structured wine that prefers aging to express its aromatic richness with hints of fruit, flowers and spices and soften its powerful tannins.

The Moro di SanGiovanni wine is at its best when paired with roast meat, game, hard cheeses of good seasoning.

Weather conditions

in 2010 Spring temperatures was below average and frequent rains delayed the start of bud break and favored a strong vegetative growth.

Summer had sunny and stable weather, some rain in August that reduced the heat and favored the harmonious development of the phenolic and sugar ripeness of the grapes.

The wines of this vintage show extraordinary characteristics from both the flavors profile and structure.


Tasting notes

The 2010 vintage of the Moro SanGiovanni wine presents itself with an intense and impenetrable garnet color.

The nose is clean, powerful and complex with notes of very ripe red fruits and licorice flavors that blend with the tertiary aromas more ethereal and slightly spicy.

The mouth has a very smooth and balanced attack that leads to important and well present tannins that gives to this wine a remarkable persistence.

Weather conditions

In 2011 a rainy Winter was followed by a cold Spring that slowed down the flowering and the formation of the grapes.

The Summer has been very hot in July and August and this led to an harvest that took place with temperatures above the average for the period.


Tasting notes

The wine Moro di SanGiovanni 2011 shows an important and deep red color, full and impenetrable.

Intense nose,  clean with a mild spiciness that blends with the floral notes of very ripe red fruits.

The mouth shows a very soft attack followed by a good balance and a firm structure that evolves towards a final marked by nice tannins.

Weather conditions

In 2012 a dry Winter and a Summer without rain and with high temperatures both during day and night.

Some rain in September and mild temperatures have developed the ideal conditions for the complete maturation of the grapes and for what can be defined a very good vintage.


Tasting notes

The Moro di SanGiovanni 2012 wine shows an intense, deep ruby red color.

Clean and elegant nose with red fruits, licorice and cherries scents. The wood is perfectly integrated with the other aromatic components.
It is soft to the attack and continues with a beautiful volume that fills the mouth well.

It is a very balanced wine with a light acidity, which gives a nice freshness and lightens the structure.

Important persistence and a final with a pronounced but delicate tannic structure, warm and soft.

Wine Facts
Land location: Est of Montalcino (SI) – Italy
Altitude and soil composition: 300 and 500 meters a.s.l. – lime-clay soil
Planting density: 8,400 Vines Per Hectare
Yield per ectare: 16
Planting year: 2003
Vine varieties: Cabernet Franc 40/45%
Cabernet Sauvignon 40/45%
Petit Verdot 10/15%
Production: Up to 15.000 bottles per year
Vinification: Fermentation in open steel tank at 24 C°
No maceration
Barriques: French – Made of different wood varietals
50% New
50% 2nd year
Aging time in barriques: 10 months
Chemicals used in the vineyards: None – Except for bordeaux mixture
Chemicals used in the wine: None