Lungarotti will be present for in-person tasting in Copenaghen on October 27th, 2021 at the presentation of The Essential Guide to Italian Wine by Doctorwine.
With great pleasure we will be present in Stockholm for in-person tasting on October 27th, 2021 with a selection of our wines for the Gambero Rosso Vini d’Italia 2022 guide presentation.
GRAND HOTEL STOCKHOLM
Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8, 111 48
PROGRAMME October 27, 2021 – 12:00 to 17:00 | TRADE TASTING
We are very pleased to communicate that our company and wines will be present for in-person tasting in Vienna on September 20th, 2021 at the presentation of The Essential Guide to Italian Wine 2021 by Doctorwine.
11:30 am to 8:00 pm
With the new vintages of Rubesco – Rosso di Torgiano DOC, based on Sangiovese and Colorino, and Torre di Giano – Bianco di Torgiano DOC, based on Vermentino, Trebbiano and Grechetto, we introduce the new lighter bottles which will lead to saving of CO2 emissions during bottle transportation by more than 35%. A choice already […]
Also this year, in the splendid setting of the Verona, will take place the largest Italian wine fair, now in its 54th edition. We will be present, as every year since its inception, in Hall 7, stand B2. We hope many of you will come! For more information: www.vinitaly.com
Wednesday, February 5th, 6 p.m.
Lungarotti Winemaker dinner
Chiara Lungarotti, CEO, will be presenting Lungarotti’s premium wines at
In Spring 2019, budding, along with the initiation of shoot growth, took place within the norm, between the end of March and early April. This was, however, followed by a particularly cold and rainy month of May which drastically slowed down vine growth and resulted in delayed flowering; this took place at the end of May for the early-ripening varietals, up to June 10th for the late-ripening reds. Consequently, the phases of veraison and maturation were also delayed by about one month but partially recovered thanks to the July heat, thereby bringing the harvest to its normal timeframe.
The abundant rainfall in May, which followed a dry winter, was instrumental in creating water reserves in the soil, thereby avoiding any type of hydric stress in the vines despite the hot, dry summer.
The harvest was particularly long; it began on August 23rd with the varietals for our spumante base, followed by early-ripening whites and closing the month of August with the Chardonnay for Aurente. September was characterized by wide diurnal ranges and a dry heat which favoured long ripening times for the Torre di Giano white grapes (Grechetto, Vermentino and Trebbiano) that therefore reached the winery with significantly higher sugar levels than in 2018 and perfect acidity levels.
The Sangiovese harvesting for Rubesco Riserva Vigna Monticchio began between the end of September and early October with impeccably healthy grapes of excellent quality. The vineyards higher on the hills experienced earlier ripening; thus, at the end of the first week of October we picked the Sangiovese for classic Rubesco from the mid-hill vineyards, which produced wines that are pleasant, fresh with fruit and with generous acidity.
The 2019 harvest was wrapped up in mid-October with the picking of Sagrantino grapes in Montefalco, confirming a positive and particularly rewarding vintage.
The new releases of the Lungarotti wine range will be presented in Dusseldorf at Prowein, including Rubesco Riserva “Vigna Monticchio”, once again among the top 10 red wines in Italy; we look forward to seeing our friends and partners there and tasting them together. March 15-17, 2020 c/o Stand Consigliovini http://www.consigliovini.com/