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Variety composition: White Malvasia and Chardonnay.
Alcoholic strength: 13% vol.
Municipality of production: Leverano.
Nature of the soil: of alluvial origin, medium mixture with areas tending to limestone.
Training system: spurred cordon and Guyot.
Plant density: 5,000 / 5,700 plants per hectare.
Yield per hectare: 50 quintals of grapes.
Production: the grapes, harvested in crates, are de-stemmed and softly pressed. Fermentation, evolution and batonnage in barriques and subsequent refinement in the bottle.
Serving temperature: 12 ° C.
Color: straw yellow
Remarks: with golden reflections.
Complexity: moderately complex
Description: floral, fruity and herbaceous
Observations: the sample opens with floral scents reminiscent of magnolia and broom flowers, followed by notes of yellow-fleshed fruits such as peach and apricot, herbaceous hints of mown grass, hay and mushroom. A pleasant and light citrus note.
Taste – olfactory examination
Alcohols: moderately warm
Tannins: – – –
Minerality: moderately mineral
Length: moderately long
State of evolution: mature
Harmony: moderately harmonious
Pairing: amberjack tartare.