Glera grapes coming from “Rosalia” estate, Nervesa della Battaglia (TV) and Pinot Nero grapes coming from “Case Bianche” estate, Volpago del Montello (TV).Alluvial soil rich in clay, with a good texture made of coarse sands and gravel, deposited millions of years ago by the Piave river and its floods.
Glera – manual harvest, destemmed, and pressed with low pressure in a nitrogen-saturated press, cold static decantation of the must be followed by separation of the lees; fermentation of the clear must at controlled temperature for 15-20 days. Maturation of the wine on the fine lees for three months.
Pinot Noir - manual harvest, soft destemming-pressing, temperature-controlled fermentation for 10-12 days, spontaneous malolactic fermentation, maturation in steel.
Once the blend is stabilized, it undergoes the secondary fermentation in autoclaves at controlled temperature and subsequent maturation on the lees for a month, before being filtered and bottled.
Foam: appropriately evanescent, with fine and lingering perlage.
Colour: pink peach blossom hue.
Bouquet: pleasant and elegant notes of both yellow and red fruit, nectarine, pink cherry, and golden apple, with light floral scents.
Taste: fresh with an intriguing savoury undertone; soft and frothy texture accompanies the aroma of ripe peach that lingers with an elegant dry finish.
A very classy aperitif, that can easily be paired with fish cruditée and fried seafood, Parma ham, spaghetti with a simple sauce of fresh grape tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and basil.