Borgese: “UNOROSSO, the newly born!”

Massimo Borgese is happy to announce the newly born wine in his range: UNOROSSO. A wine that well represents the aromas and complexity of the Sagrantino Grape blended and completed Merlot Grapes. An attractive, though simple, packaging for a fresh and direct style. A red that keeps the elegance and personality of Sagrantino and yet provides for a wine of all occasions thanks to its softness and round tannins. Best paired with roasted red meat is also great with cold cuts and aged cheese. UNOROSSO with its excellent quality/price ratio is aiming to easily fit everyone’s palate. Azienda Agricola Borgese (www.aziendaborgese.com)
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Borgese: “On vacation in Umbria”

We’re back, with Massimo Borgese, in the village of Torri. Massimo takes us through the streets of the small village towards what he calls “My Tower.” Here is the tower! We find out that this was the first property that Massimo bought in Umbria when, with his family, he decided to move here, from his home land in Calabria, and start your adventure as a producer of Wine and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The Borgese family, once completed the renovation of the winery building, moved to Montefalco and currently lives there, in a beautiful farmhouse next to the cellar. The
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Borgese: “Looking at Torri from row 66”

We’re back in the vineyard to see what happened, during this past month, to the vines and the nature around. It ‘a sunny day and we are here to work. Look how many new buds! We are mowing the grass today. It will then be chopped along with the old vine branches, resulted from pruning. This mixture will then be left in the vineyard as composting material. In the distance the hamlet of “Torri”, a few houses around a mighty old castle and mighty walls. Let’s go there! Today Torri stands around the ancient castle founded in 1250 with the
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Borgese: “It’s almost spring time…”

It is almost spring time but, today, it does not show it! We are pruning, winter pruning, and we are almost done. In the distance the small village of Torri, in the Municipality of Gualdo Cattaneo, Province of Perugia. We start our work from row 66. The vineyard looks messy, with the long branches of the vines, remains of the past harvest. It is time to prune and get ready for when the vines will start again their life cycle. It will happen soon! Expert hands will do the job! This is the vine once pruning is completed. In the
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