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Grapes such as Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca), Pignola and Pinot Nero, come from the smaller sub-area called Inferno: the local name attributed to the terraced vineyards that are particularly inaccessible and tiring to work.
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Vinified "in red" with a long maceration. After 2 months in steel and 18 in large 80 hl Slavonian oak barrels, it is refined for another 4 in the bottle.
|The cellar||Nino Negri|
|Vines and plants||95% Chiavennasca (Nebbiolo); 5% Pignola and Merlot.|
|Vinification||The ripe grapes, harvested from mid-October to early November, are traditionally vinified "in red", with 10 days of maceration of the skins in the must; fermentation takes place at 25 - 26 ° C|
|Maturation||The new wine remains in the tank for 2 months; then it rests for 18 months in 80 Hl Slavonian oak barrels. Then follows a suitable refinement in the bottle before being marketed.|
|Name||Valtellina Superiore DOCG|
|Service temperature||18 ° / 20 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||13.45|
|Pairings||Excellent with lamb, kid, game, roasted red meat, aged cheeses.|
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