San Giorgio 2018

- Umbria

San Giorgio 2018
San Giorgio 2018

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San Giorgio Umbria IGT is a red wine from the Torgiano (PG) area in Umbria. It is here that the Lungarotti winery raises Cabernet-Sauvignon, Sangiovese and Canajolo grapes with particular attention to quality in order to obtain a wine with an authentic flavour. Decisive and generous, the San Giorgio red excites the senses when paired with red meats, game and cheeses.

San Giorgio 2018 Lungarotti price

25,08 €

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Data sheet

NameSan Giorgio
ClassificationUmbria IGT
AreaTorgiano (PG)
Grape VarietyCabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese e Canajolo
SizeStandard (75 cl)
Serving temperature16 – 18 °C
PairingCarni rosse, selvaggina e formaggi

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San Giorgio Umbria Rosso IGT is a full-bodied and solidly structured wine, with an intense ruby red colour with garnet highlights. Its bouquet is fruity, with notes of cassis and blueberry, plum jam, elegant woodiness with hints of cinnamon, cocoa and a balsamic undertone. Its taste is concentrated, dense and pulpy, with ripe tannins and a long, persistent finish.

San Giorgio Umbria Rosso IGT is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese grapes grown in the terroir of Torgiano (PG), trained on a double spurred cordon system and harvested in boxes between September and October. The grapes are then fermented in steel vats with maceration on the skins for fifteen to twenty days, matured in barriques for twelve months and aged for a year in bottles before release. San Giorgio Umbria Rosso IGT has a very long life if stored well.

Served at a temperature between 16-18 °C in a wide goblet, Lungarotti San Giorgio wine is exalted with roast red meat, game and spicy cheeses. Its label, taken from Raphael's famous painting in the Louvre, depicts St. George and the dragon in homage to the traditional feast of St. George on 23 April in Torgiano, during which propitiatory bonfires are lit in the vineyards with the pruning waste.

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