Variety  Cortese


Production Zone

The grapes come from vineyards grown on the hills of average slope, formed by fine fractions of rock marls: silt and sand. Clay helps for its concentration of mineral salts, to give the wine a remarkable structure.

Cultivation of the Wineyard

The vines are grown with Guyot (VSP trellised) system on hills with moderate inclines.

Weather trend


To maintain the integrity and enhance the characteristics of the wine, all the operations of transforming grapes are within the area of production: the grapes are quickly transported to the winery and soft pressed to extract from the peel and the outer area of the grape only the most noble and aromatic fractions. The must is fermented at a low temperature in stainless steel tanks. The wine is then racked into stainless steel tanks or cement tanks to preserve the fresh and fragrant typical aromas. The long stay on the yeast makes this long-lived wine, able to evolve after uncorking and still in the glass.


Sensory characteristics

The color is yellow straw with green hues. The aroma is intense and fine, fruity and floral. It remembers the golden apples and green almonds. The scent of chamomile flowers is strong at the taste, completely in harmony.

Food Matches

A classic wine from tasty appetizers, seafood and fish dishes. Due to its structure and minerality is the ideal wine for rice salads, vegetable pies and light pasta dishes. It goes well with fresh cheese with a soft texture.

Serving temperature  8° degrees C. (46° F)

Alcohol degrees  12,50 Vol. %.


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