Rosé Cuvée - Spumante
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Rosé Cuvée

rose

Spumante rosé

Product code: R01

Total acidity

5.58 g/l

Alcohol level

11% Vol.

Residual sugar

16 g/lt

Grape variety

Glera, Chardonnay e Raboso

Packaging

A clear glass 75 cl “Collio” bottle

Serving temperature

8° C

Raccomended glass

A white wine glass

Ageing potential

It should be drunk within a year of the vintage in order to enjoy its freshness to the full

Origin of the grapes:

The white grapes, Glera and Chardonnay, come from vineyards on the plain at the foot of the hills of Farra di Soligo. The red Raboso grapes come from vineyards at Mareno di Piave. The soils of Farra di Soligo are a mixture of clay and limestone, whereas those of Mareno di Piave are stony.

Harvest: By hand, in September for the white grapes and in late October for the Raboso

 

Vinification:

The white grapes are vinified without the skins, following soft pressing; fermentation is long and slow (lasting around 15 days) at a controlled temperature of 18° C; for the Raboso grapes, vinification takes place with destemming and crushing, followed by maceration on the skins for 10-12 days; fermentation is slow, at a controlled temperature of 18° C. Subsequently the wines are racked and kept separately at low temperatures in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks, where they mature for about three months on their fine lees.

 

Transformation into semi-sparkling wine:

During this phase we create the cuvée between the Glera (80%), Chardonnay (15%) and Raboso (5%) wines. The wine is made sparkling using the Charmat Method, the process traditionally adopted for youthful, delicate, fruity wines.The prise de mousse through natural re-fermentation in pressurized tanks lasts some 20-25 days, while maturation (also in these autoclaves) is for 2 months.

 

Serving suggestions:

Excellent as an aperitif, or drunk throughout a meal with fish dishes or cold cuts.

 

Tasting notes

Apperance: It has a bright pink color with purplish tinges. The bubbles are fine and persistent

Nose: Fruity, with faint notes of violets

Flavor: Dry and well-balanced