Rosso di Montepulciano


Boscarelli is a small winery placed in Cervognano, a hamlet located on the eastern side of the Montepulciano hill. The farms were bought in 1962 by Egidio Corradi. Production was started and modernized later by her daughter Paola Corradi and her husband Ippolito de Ferrari, who decided to replant most of the vineyards in the late 1980s. Today the brothers Luca and Nicolò De Ferrari, the third generation, manage the company with great passion and wine making knowledge. The great attention to agricultural practices and territoriality make Boscarelli a modern company but not unmindful of the centuries-old tradition of this area.


Total area planted with vines: 14 hectares / 35 acres

Annual production of the company: 100.000 bottles

Grapes owned by the winery: 100%

30.50 €

incl. VAT

Grape varieties: Prugnolo Gentile 90%, Mammolo 10%

Soil composition: alluvial and sandy with good percentages of silt, clay, minerals and stony rocky variants depending on the layer

Altitude of the vineyards: from 280 to 350 meters (from 920 to 1.150 feet) a.s.l.

Average age of the vines: minimum 10 years

Growing system: double guyot

Fertilizers: organic manure and cover crops

Plant protection products: sulphur and copper

Weeding: mechanic

Yeasts: indigenous

Average annual production: 20.000 bottles

Certification: N.A.

Refinement: the wine matures for several months in vitrified cement vats where malolactic fermentation occurs. Before bottling the wine is lightly filtered and released the summer after harvest

Colour: ruby red

Nose: floral and fruity notes which recall violet, ripe forest fruits and undergrowth

Palate: elegant, harmonious and mineral, with a long persistence

Alcohol content: 14% Vol

Ideal serving temperature: 16 – 18 °C / 60 – 64 °F

Matching: it can pair a whole meat menu

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