Moletto Brut Millesimato
A long, unusual Charmat process because of the grape used (Pinot Bianco) and the length of time it remains in the autoclave. Incredibly fruity and full-bodied. It is an extremely elegant spumante that is perfect both at the start and end of a meal.
750 ml - 1,5 l
Growing Region: Belfiore di Pramaggiore - Venice Province - Veneto Region
Altitude: 7 m A.M.S.L.
Soil: with a high presense of "caranto" a particularly hard and compact composition of clay and limestone.
Trellis System: spur-trained cordon
Plant Density: 2.500 plants per hectare
Age of vines: 20 years
The alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats, using selected yeasts. The wine was racked Allier oak barriques for 2 months. It was then put into pressurized tanks for 30 months for the sparkling process, using the long - really unusual very long - 'Charmat method'.
Colour: brilliant, pale lively gold. Very fine, persistent perlage.
Bouquet: its fruitiness (banana, apple) and hint of chewing-gum are perceived immediately, followed by the slight sensation of bread crust.
Taste: in the mouth, delicate small bubbles with non-intrusive froth. A very young-seeming wine, despite its very long spumante process. A full-bodied wine with the proper acidic level and lightly tannic.
13% by vol.
Extremely elegant wine perfect as an aperitif, during a meal and at its end. Good with fish. Perfect with vegetable and fish tempura.
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