Harmony between indigenous varieties and international varieties! This is a red wine that packs both elegance and strength in one bottle. This wine is a dark ruby red color with jammy blackberry, black raspberry, baking spices, and cinnamon to taste.
Grape Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon, Magliocco Canino
Wine Style: Fresh tobacco leaves and currants
Sette Chiese takes its name from the past local tradition of making wine for the churches - and in Basinano there are 7 districts with seven churches. Seven Churches.
This wine is medium-bodied red with soft tannins and a medium acidity. Flavors of ripe cherries, herbaceous, fruity, but with a touch of earthiness. Finely textured with a long finish.
About the Winery
Serracavallo is located in the Municipality of Bisignano, on the hills overlooking the valley of Crati, 35 kilometres from Cosenza. In 1995, Demetrio Stancati, began to refurbish the vineyards, planting a clone selection of the native Magliocco (a Calabrian ancient grape variety) and the Pecorello (a particular vine cultivated in Calabria) along with a few international grapes, such as Cabernet-Sauvignon and Chardonnay.
The vineyard is located at 600 meters above sea level, providing a great diurnal temperature variation ensuring a balanced wine through both ripeness and acidity in the grapes. Along with the mainly sandy soil, the south-/south west facing vineyards, a new modern wine cellar equipped with the most up-to-date technology and barrel maturation of the wine: all these factors help produce a high quality product.
Serracavallo uses organic practices when producing their wines.
Alcohol Percentage: 12%
Varietal: Maglicocco, Cabernet Sauvignon
Appellation: Calabria, Italy