Straw-yellow color with greenish reflections; complex, characterful, fruity bouquet that is highly expressive of the source grapes and harvest time; fresh balanced and persistent on the palate.
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Zone of production: Alcamo (TP)
Average age of vines: 10 years
Cultivation: Vines grown in hills at a density of 4,200
plants per hectare
Production:7,500 kg. Grapes per hectare
Grape harvest: Manual in the first ten days of September
Vinification: Cold pressing with skins and first fermentation at a temperature of 8°C for around 12 hours.
Soft second pressing. Cold decanting and fermentation
at a temperature of 18°-20°C, period on the lees in stainless steel containers for at least 4 months, successive
fining in the bottle
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