Vecchio Samperi Perpetuo Marco De Bartoli
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Vecchio Samperi Perpetuo Marco De Bartoli

Marsala wine and not fortified Marsala

Produced for the first time in 1980, Vecchio Samperi is a wine without equal. It is the wine of the pre-British Marsala tradition, the "wine of Marsala" which could not be called Marsala because it is not fortified as required by the Marsala Vergine specification. To make Vecchio Samperi, the De Bartolis use the ancient perpetuum aging method (similar to Solera system) that, through the addition of some new, young wine to wines that are already being aged in barrels, allows to create a harmonious blend of different vintages, with a unique and inimitable taste.

  • 75 cl.

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Vecchio Samperi Perpetual wine - Wine without equal

Unique and unrepeatable, Vecchio Samperi by De Bartoli is a wine made from Grillo grapes aged for an average of at least 15 years using the traditional perpetual method. An arrogant, powerful, defiant but harmonious wine.

Classification: Wine
Variety: Grillo 100%
Alcoholic degree (% Vol): 16.5
Territory: Western Sicily, Contrada Samperi, Marsala (TP)
Vineyard area (ha): 12
Vineyard age: over 40 years
Soil: limestone-sandy of medium texture, flat
Training system: sapling and espalier Guyot; stumps per hectare 3,500
Residual sugars: 11 g / l
Total acidity: 7.02 g / l
pH: 3.27
Total SO2: 12 mg / l (no added sulphites)
Harvest: manual in small crates, the last weeks of September
Yield per hectare (hl): 20
Vinification: Manual selection of the grapes, soft pressing, natural sedimentation, traditional fermentation in oak and chestnut barrels at room temperature by indigenous yeasts
Aging: Aging in oak and chestnut barrels for at least 15 years on average, with the addition of a younger percentage of wine each year, using the traditional method in perpetuity (or Solera)
First vintage: 1980
Bottling: 2022
Pairings: Not to be segregated at the end of the meal but to be paired with aged cheeses, braised meats, baked turbot, bottarga and oysters. Serve at room temperature or cold, interesting and surprising as an aperitif

Bottled by Marco De Bartoli Contrada Samperi - Marsala - Italy

Grapes
Grillo
Region
Sicily
Alcohol level
16.5%

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