9,70 € tax incl.
Straw yellow color with greenish reflections. The nose opens with hints of fruit such as pear and peach and notes of plums. In the mouth the fruits return, with nice savory sensations and good acidic balance.
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The historic area of Lugana extends over vast slopes that descend towards Lake Garda, and which enjoy the favorable mild climate that comes from the lake waters. There the Trebbiano di Lugana grows, from which this wine derives completely. Aromatic and fresh, it represents the wine with the greatest personality and structure among the whites of the lake. Its straw yellow color with greenish reflections opens to the nose with notes of pear and peach, whose pleasant sensations also return to the mouth. Specially fermented only in steel barrels, this clear and crystalline wine goes well with the lightness and delicacy of fish dishes.
Aging: In steel containers over the fermentation yeasts for at least three months, with periodic stirring of the yeast deposit.
|Vines and plants||Trebbiano di Lugana 100%|
|Production area||The grapes come from the gentle slopes that descend towards Lake Garda, with clayey-limestone soils.|
|Vinification||The harvest takes place from mid-September. A soft pressing and fermentation in steel tanks follows, with temperatures ranging from 14 ° to 16 ° C.|
|Maturation||In steel containers over the fermentation yeasts for at least three months, with periodic stirring of the yeast deposit.|
|Service temperature||8 ° / 10 °|
|Alcohol content in %Vol||12.5|
|Pairings||Clear and crystalline wine goes well with the lightness and delicacy of fish dishes.|
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