60% is aged for 6 months in French oak barrels of Allier; the remaining part is aged in steel.
13 - 13.5 % Vol
Colour: intense ruby red.
Aromas: fruity with hints of cherry, violet, and cinnamon.
Taste: soft, well-balanced, persistent, soft but firm tannins. Great drinkability.
A wine suitable for any type of pasta and meat, especially typical Tuscan meat.
The name of the wine derives from Marco Peconio, the ancient Roman owner of Villa La Ripa, who lived in the second century A.D. and already cultivated the vine and the olive trees, which is a testimony to the fact that the ancient Romans had already realised the potential of these hills.