Winery: Azienda Agricola Manuel Pulcini
Viticulture: artisans made like they used to be!
Grape varieties: mainly Vermentino, but as well some other white grape varieties
Alcohol: 12% vol
Wine making: spontaneous fermentation with a drain tank; soft pressing in whole bunch, unfiltered or clarified
Aging: in steel for about 6 months
Serve at: 8-12° C
Food matches: aperitifs, fried fish, blue fish
About him: in ancient Tuscan dialect the Bercio del Sirca is the scream of the miser and this wine takes its name from the particular plot of land that houses the vineyards: here there is always a fresh breeze that produces a high-pitched sound that recalls the screams of man ; the land is also not particularly fertile, it's stingy, and this allows to obtain a great quality at the expense of quantity.
Every year a new wine comes out of this micro-parcel, developed together with the students of the agricultural university of Pisa who carry out a period of apprenticeship with the good Manuel; this edition gives us a nice Vermentino, tasty and delicate, with good drinkability and above all territoriality!