Rosso Albano et. bianca

  • Denomination: Rosso Doc Friuli
  • Production area: Friuli Grave
  • Soil: calcareous origin, clayey with skeleton
  • System of breeding: Guyot
  • Density: 4000 plants per Hectare
  • Alcohol: 13,50 % vol.
  • PH: 3,65
  • Sugar: 0 g/l
  • Yield per hectare: 70 q/ha
  • Variety: the percentages of the three vines, Merlot, Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso and Pinot Nero that make up this wine vary from year to year, depending on the phenological characteristics expressed in the considered year. For the composition of the cuvée the most sun-exposed and more ventilated parts of the vineyard are taken, thus ensuring superior quality.
  • Harvesting: end of September
  • Vinification: the system of breeding and the density of the plant lead to a production yield not exceeding 80 quintals per hectare. After the manual harvest, the grapes are crushed and fermented at a controlled temperature of 26 ° C for about 20 days. Malolactic fermentation takes place immediately after alcoholic fermentation. Subsequently a part of each variety is placed in 5 hectoliters of French oak barrels where it remains for a period of at least 12 months. Then it is bottled and aged for at least 6 months in bottle before being commercialized.
  • Sensorial characteristic: Very intense ruby red color, it has a full, soft and very persistent scent reminiscent of red fruits, the blueberry jam and the prunes, with hints of vibes and a light spicy aftertaste. Great persistence, soft and velvety tannins stand out on the palate. With a dry and savory flavor where the warm opulence of taste initially conveys the vanilla sweetness of oak, to which follows a note of jam.

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