Tenuta San Leonardo is located in the town of the same name in the province of Trento, near Lake Garda. The estate is a former convent rich in history where, in 1724, the Guerrieri Gonzaga family entered, where viticulture was already practiced in the surrounding lands. Between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries there was a reorganization of the company thanks to the father of the Marquis Carlo, who in turn, a great enthusiast of international wines, revolutionized the winemaking practices. After study trips to Tuscany and Bordeaux, his experiences were successfully brought back into the family business with great results.
Cabernet Sauvignon 60%
Spontaneous fermentation in concrete. The refinement is for a minimum of 3 months in concrete tanks, 18-24 months in barrique, then at least 12 months in the bottle.
Dark and intense ruby red color. On the nose it presents the classic notes that distinguish this wine, namely floral notes of violet and peony, fruity notes of grapefruit, plum and black cherry, spicy notes of tobacco, cloves and menthol. On the palate it is complex, intense, soft, round, excellent tannin, herbaceous note, persistent, long and savory finish.
Suitable with dishes such as red meats, roasts, mountain products such as mushrooms and mature cheeses.