Dry vernaccia, obtained from 50% of dried grapes. This wine is made up of 85% of homonymous grapes, whose 40% slightly dried which is grown up in vineyards at an altitude of 700 metres and exposed to the sun with a maximum amount of 100 quintal per hectare, while the other 15% is made up of other grape varieties such as Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Ciliegiolo.
Appearance: red foam; persistent perlage.
Colour: red with purplish nuances.
Perfume: ripe fruit, jam, red dried flowers, spices.
Flavour: pleasant, savoury, velvety tannins. Slightly bitter aftertaste.
It offers harmony, rarely found in the few red sparkling wines.
Alcohol: 11,50% vol.
Temperature: Dry Vernaccia is served at a temperature of 8°-10° C.
Pairings: Vernaccia goes well with desserts, in particular biscuits and pastries without filling. Dry Vernaccia goes well with sharp cheese but also with some meat recipes such as boiled meat with fruit mustard.