This fresh and fruity wine is made with grapes picked to ensure freshness during the earlier part of harvest in the first weeks of September. It comes naturally with a mineral vein that derives from those particular lands on which vineyards are planted.
Denomination: Langhe DOC Chardonnay
Year of vineyard planting: from 2006 to 2012
Type of land: Calcareous marls mixed with high sand percentages
Exposure: Southwest, Northwest
Harvest: early September
VINIFICATION AND RIPENING The grapes undergo a soft pressing and vinification is completely carried out in steel, inside temperature-controlled steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation is not performed in order to preserve the wine’s fresh and young characteristics.
ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS A straw yellow color with greenish highlights; fragrance delicately floral and fruity, with notes that remind of citrus and exotic fruits; dry, cool, long, with a slightly mineral aftertaste.
Ideal coupling: It makes an excellent aperitif if served fresh. It goes well with meat and vegetable hors-d’oeuvres, grilled and baked fish, fresh cheeses. Serving Temperature: 50-55°F
CONSERVATION It should be drunk young, during the first months of the new year following the harvest. If well-preserved, it will remain pleasant and stimulating up to 2 years after bottling.