Trentino Sorni Rosso created by Maso Poli is a blend from Lagrein and Teroldego wines, produced separately and aged in traditional barriques, tonneaux and oak barrels.

After two years, the two wines are blended together and allowed to rest for another 12 months inside the wooden barrels. These two grand Trentino vines together give rise to an intense purple-red wine with a fruity aroma and a lingering taste of strong structure.

It takes its name Marmoram from the valley alongside the Maso Poli territory, the Valle Marmora, whose characteristic red marlstone clay soils have originated the typical “terroir” of the Maso Poli.