STILL WHITE WINE
Grapes: Garganega, Trebbiano
Year of planting: 1970
Breeding Shape: Pergola Veronese
Agriculture: Natural grass between the rows. No fertilizing, weed killers or pesticides. Only sulphur and copper treatments
Harvest: by hand
Vinification: spontaneous fermentation on the skins, with native yeasts and without sulphites
Aging: in stainless steel tank, doing maceration with its skins
Filtration: never done
SO2: no sulphites added
Alcohol: 12% vol
HARVEST AND VINIFICATION PROCESS
Only one harvest by hand, with a careful selection. We only pick up just the best grapes that have reached the right maturation point and we collect them into boxes. The fermentation occurs spontaneously, with its native yeast into stainless steel tanks in contact with the skins. The wine had been resting and aging in contact with the skins. The wine hasn’t been filtrated. For this reason, in the bottle there is a natural deposition of some sediment, index of genuineness.
In stainless steel on the lees until the bottling time.