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Grape Characteristics

Malvasia di Candia Aromatica grapes (originating from the Peloponnese, in Greece, brought to Italy over two thousand years ago); they are cultivated on clayey-silty soils with limestone streaks on a hilly slope (250-350 m.s.m.). The vineyards have a minimum age of 50 years.

Winemaking

The harvest takes place in the first ten days of September, the grapes are selected and harvested manually. After soft pressing, the must remains in contact with the skins for a few hours at a controlled temperature (cold maceration), all this to give the wine greater richness in aroma and structure. After the various stages of vinification, the wine remains in the bottle for a long refinement.

Organoleptic characteristics

Its color is golden yellow, its aroma is intense and very complex, the floral, fruity and mineral notes are persistent and very elegant. The taste is dry, with a pleasant freshness and aroma. The notes of ripe fruit and mineral salts make it very pleasant.
Serve at a temperature of 10 ° -12 ° C. The ideal pairing is with lightly smoked salami, or traditional pastas and risottos (eg: ravioli, tortelli and risotto with pumpkin base), fish and white meats curry, creamed cod.