A wine of great personality with an intense fruity bouquet, remindings one of apple and pear flavour: this Chardonnay has the typical characteristics of the varietal.
It pairs well with seafood, antipasti, and vegetables dishes.
Type of wine:
Dry white wine.
Position of the vineyards:
Situated in the Commune of Treiso, North/North West facing exposure, at 300m. a.s.l.
Distemming and pressing of grapes followed by a cold settling of the must at a low temperature, fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks. Refining on lees.
To be drunk with:
An ideal aperitif wine that because of its good structure and complexity makes of it a perfect companion to seafood starters. Drink at 9/10° C.
Colour: bright straw yellow
Bouquet: intense aromas with sweet notes, reminiscent of apple, ananas and citrus fruit
Taste: mouthfilling, harmonious, flavoursome, persistent, with a lingering aftertaste which reminds us of the sensations found in the bouquet
Technical data for the 2012 vintage:
Alcohol: 13% alc./vol.
Total acidity: 5,97 g/l in tartaric acid
Residual sugar: dry
Ageing: refining on lees for 4 months. Sterile bottling. Short ageing in bottle before being released for sale
Type of bottle: bordolese verde antico
Estimated life: 3/5 years
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