The wines of Collecapretta seem to be the vinification of Umbria ... Put the glass to your mouth, close your eyes and imagine yourself in the hills south of Perugia. Elegance, beauty, a vineyard with old trebbiano spoletino vines, life passing by. Rich, but exciting because of the underlying acids. Present tannins (ten days of skin contact!), but soft and pleasant. The first impression is earthy, with a hint of a mushroom stock, soon followed by aromas and flavors of dried apricot, peach and bergamot. Then the wild flowers follow, and herbs like sage and rosemary. Quite devine indeed, this wine from "the soil of the priests'.