Castello di Vicarello 2013, Carlo Baccheschi Berti


Vibrant yet austere, a soul-shaking symphony. Deep expression of the most valuable spices. Monolithic yet sinuous. Cloves mellow the memories of sandalwood and opium… the pace continues as tangerine tones accompany a gradual opening, a swell of mineral accents strikes you. Slowly finishing with clove, liquorice and incense.

Harvest by hand into small crates. Second selection also made by hand upon entrance to the winery. Fermentation first in 3000 later conical wooden vats of Slavonian oak for 2-4 weeks. Secondary malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels. Maturation French oak barrels of 160, 225 or 300 liters for 10-12 months. Aging 24 months in glass.


ALCOHOL 13,00% Vol

COLOUR Deep Ruby

l 0.75

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Carlo Baccheschi Berti (Castello di Vicarello)
Set against a dramatic backdrop of the inimitable macchia mediterranea, forests, ancient olive groves and surrounding the impeccable gardens and grounds of 12th century Castello di Vicarello, you will find the vineyards.  Seven hectares of high-density, organically grown vineyards produce our two wines, Terre di Vico and Castello di Vicarello.  The story can begin to be told through the land and it’s climate, yet it’s deepest narrative can be ascribed to dedication and passion of Carlo Baccheschi-Berti.