An unusual red wine from the variety typical of the area around Motta. It has dry, agreeable, good body, harmonious taste. To match with salami, stewed meat and barbecue.
IGT Veneto Orientale
Growing Region: Motta di Livenza - Treviso Province - Veneto Region
Altitude: 9 m A.M.S.L.
Soil: Motta di Livenza Vineyard Soil - flood plain origins of natural clay and limestone.
Trellis System: spur-trained cordon
Plant Density: 3.000 plants per hectare
Age of vines: 23 years
In stainless steel vats took place maceration on the skins at a controlled temperature of 26°-30°C / 79°-86°F, for about 15 days. Once alcoholic fermentation was completed, the wine was racked into other stainless steel vats, for malolactic fermentation. The wine was then kept for 14 months in steel vats before bottling.
Colour: ruby red.
Bouquet: pronounced black cherry, almost intrusive. And then a wild strawberry. But this will not be a surprise if there was tasting experience of Malbech grape. Harmonious envelops a sweet note.
Taste: return fruity perceptions perceived by the nose. It definitely feels a perfect astringency to balance the acidity. A warm wine, full bodied, pleasant and certainly matched with red meat because of the persistent tannins. Dry finish.
12,5% by vol.
18-20°C / 64-68°F
Certainly to match with red meat. Well also with meat or mushroom risottos, rich stews, grilled white meats, prime poultry and when fully aged is perfect with game.
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