This wine gets its name from the Lombard prince of the noble lineage of Gauso, who founded the first settlements in the area, which the toponym Badia Crepaldo originates from. Wine interpreted with a pure Pinot Noir, host vine of our territories but expresses itself by attracting so much attention and plenty of reverence to the palate of tasters, as the reigning Garipald managed to do in the past in the lands of Montepulciano
The spontaneous fermentation takes place in open wooden vats, it’s followed by a one year aging period in barrique, and then a few months in bottle.
Despite wood aging, the Pinot Noir of this area has a remarkable expressiveness which, in the mouth, makes it very fresh, lean and youthful.
Attractive clear ruby. Complex and passionate with aromas of cherries, raspberries, undergrowth and shades of leather. Vibrant fresh palate with red fruit and fine tannins. A long ending with spiciness and woody note.