Located in the Montecchio Emilia zone in Emilia Romagna the cellar is located in the town center. The Storchi family has been producing wine since the end of WWll and the cellar was refurbished in 2001.
Pozzoferrato is the ancient name of the district where the Storchi winery is located.
A methode champenoise, wild yeast fermented 'frizzante' made organically. No herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
Hand harvested. Extremely low yields it takes 1 1/2 vines to produce one bottle. A single vineyard wine. The soils are mostly clay with limestone and magnesium.
Grapes: Ancellota, Lambrusco Maestri and Lambrusco Salamino.
Color: Intense ruby red with dense purple froth.
Aroma: Impressive, vinuous, reminiscent to violets and wild mature berries like raspberry and blackberry.
Palate: Dry, soft with pleasant tannins, full bodied with long finish. Flavors of leather, blackberries and black olive.