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Ergon Marche Rosso Igt bio
  • Ergon Marche Red Igt organic

    The etymology of the name "Ergon" derives from the Latin terminology and is linked to the desire to create a reference to the bucolic, an association of rural thoughts and traditions. For this reason, we were inspired by concepts such as fertility and energy, because our crops aim to make the land fertile and create biodiversity, bringing renewed vitality to our land. “Érgon” means "work", "action" and derives from "energeia" (force in action), "energês" (effective, active), "energòs" (in the act of operating). Born from the blending of Sangiovese (50%), Merlot (35%) and Lacrima (15%) vines, this red is intended to represent a trait d'union with the Marche wine-growing tradition, amalgamating vines whose presence, in the Matelica terroir, has origins ancient, to enhance all the characteristics.

     

    Soil type: clayey-limestone

    Grapes and blends: 50% Sangiovese, 35% Merlot, 15% Lacrima

    Grape yield per hectare: 90/100 quintals/ha

    Harvest period: end of September

    Fermentation: with maceration of 8/10 days and with the sole use of indigenous yeasts

    Refinement: 6 months in stainless steel tanks and 2 months in the bottle

     

    The etymology of the name "Ergon" comes from Latin and is connected to the desire of creating a reference to the bucolic and to past traditions. To this purpose, we were inspired by concepts such as fertility and energy, because our aim is to feed the soil through crops and to create biodiversity, generating a renewed vitality in our lands. "Érgon" means "work", "action" and comes from "energeia" (force in action), "energês" (effective, active), "energòs" (taking place). Born of the encounter of sangiovese (50%), merlot (35%) and lacrima (15%), red Ergon wants to represent a trait d'union with the wine producing tradition of the Marche region, blending varieties whose presence, in Matelica , is historically attested, aiming to enhance all its features.

     

    Soil typology: clay-calcareous

    Grape variety: 50% sangiovese, 35% merlot, 15% lacrima

    Grape yield per hectare: 90 quintals/ha

    Time of harvest: end of September

    Fermentation: maceration for 8/10 days and only using indigenous yeasts

    Aging: 6 months in stainless steel tanks and 2 months in bottles

     

      €12.50Price
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