Collio Sauvignon

Doc Collio Sauvignon

Grape variety:
Sauvignon. medium-sized cluster with a conic and cylindrical trunk; medium-sized, golden green, round berries which are dotted; aromatic

Collio Sauvignon.

Vine training system:
Double Cappuccina with 8-10 buds, good planting intensity.

Harvest period:
The second and third periods of maturation, second ten days of September.

The de-stemmed grapes are macerated at a low temperature for a long time inside cooled pneumatic presses so as to extract from the skin the antioxidant substances which are beneficial to the human body; the must ferments at a controlled temperature and is then drawn into large barrels.

It rests for 6-7 months on its own yeasts in large, oval-shaped oak barrels of three different essences.

Shiny, golden yellow with greenish tones.

Complex, of green fig milk, peppers, ripe peaches, at times of nutmeg, intense and fragrant.

Full-bodied, velvety, of fresh spices and sweets, structured and strong.

Serve with:
Seafood and shellfish, cheese canapés, vole au vent, risotto with mushrooms and seafood, fried eggs, sauces, boiled and delicate white meats.

Serving temperature:
Store the bottle in a cool, dark place and serve at 8-10° in the summer and 11-13° in the winter; serve in a wide, capacious, long-stemmed tulip-shaped glass.

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