Maremma Toscana | Grosseto (Italia)

“Stoppie are the residues stalks of wheat that remain in the field after harvest.
Before 2002 the fields where are now planted the vineyards of San Felo were used for the cultivation of wheat”


Le Stoppie Doc Maremma Toscana is produced with Vermentino, a grape typical of our Region.

Technical characteristics

Variety: Vermentino 100%
Altitude: 150 – 180 meters above sea level
Vineyard exposure: mainly south-east
Soil type: sandy soil with a skeleton of sandstone, the ground is rather homogeneous
Growing system: spur pruned cordon
Plant density: 5680 plants/ha
Yeld /hectare: 9 t
Harvest: Ripe grapes are harvested, according to weather conditions, between late August and mid-September.
Vinification: Traditional vinification in white takes place in tanks at controlled temperatures (max 18 ° C). After this, took place the aging on the lees of wine for about 1 month, in the same tanks. Follow a cooling process to 0°C and a filtration phase. The wine is bottled within February following the harvest.

Tasting notes

This wine has a straw yellow color, a refined scent with complex aromas of ripe fruit and a soft, full and round taste.