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Sauvignon Casale del Giglio cl75

BACKGROUND

Sauvignon, originally from Bordolese, is a grape variety that prefers training methods that do not expose the grapes to direct sunlight, thus avoiding oxidation, which could easily occur due to the presence of photolabile aromas.

The grapes are therefore not "peeled", and retain their typicality.

It was introduced in Agro Pontino, in the province of Latina, after extremely positive results, the result of long and careful research.

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BACKGROUND

Sauvignon, originally from Bordolese, is a grape variety that prefers training methods that do not expose the grapes to direct sunlight, thus avoiding oxidation, which could easily occur due to the presence of photolabile aromas.

The grapes are therefore not "peeled", and retain their typicality.

It was introduced in Agro Pontino, in the province of Latina, after extremely positive results, the result of long and careful research.

GRAPES AND VINIFICATION

100% Sauvignon.

It is usually harvested in the very first days of September, in order to preserve a good acidity content of the grapes, at the same time ensure a good ripening and avoid the appearance of an excessive vegetable scent.

After a careful soft pressing and a scrupulous selection of the must, the alcoholic fermentation is induced very quickly, in order to preserve all the aromatic characteristics typical of the grape.

At the end of this phase, the temperature of the new wine is reduced to around 8 ° C. to avoid the start of malolactic fermentation.

Follow the necessary decanting and bottling, scheduled for January / February.

ORGANOLEPTIC EXAMINATION

Bright straw yellow color; intense and fragrant perfume, with hints of sage and nettle; fresh taste, very mineral of flint, with good structure.

SUGGESTED COMBINATIONS

It goes well with seafood risotto or wild herb omelette.

Specific References

Prodotti sempre freschi

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