There isn’t a universally accepted definition of natural wine, if you want to learn more about Natural wines you can read this blog post
, but a wine is normally defined natural when the yeast used are natural.
To make a natural wine is not easy, natural wines are very delicate, they require the winery to be as clean as an operating theatre, and for that reason, there are plenty of faulty natural wines.
Following a totally natural approach of fermenting the grapes from organically managed vineyards in terracotta amphorae using natural yeasts, this great red wine offers plenty of fruit on the nose and an elegant palate, with a nice freshness, perfect for grilled meat, charcuteries and mature cheese.
The canaiolo grape is very often found in blends, the most famous is the Chianti, but rarely vinified on its own for many reasons, mainly because it is a difficult grape to handle and require plenty of attention and work. Gabriele has succeeded where many have failed.