Matajur Traminer

IGT Traminer

Grape variety:
Traminer: small, compact cluster with a conical trunk; small, helicoidal, dotted berries that are clear rose grey color; aromatic flavor.

Name:
Venezia Giulia Traminer.

Soil:
Mix of a marly-arenaceous composition which is rich in mineral compounds, limestone, phosphorus, potassium; is gravelly, pebbly and alluvial.

Vine training system:
Guyot-simple Cappuccina, short pruning.

Harvest period:
The third period of maturation, the last ten days of September.

Vinification:
The de-stemmed grapes are macerated for a long time in cooled pneumatic presses in order 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 stainless steel tanks.

Refinement:
It rests for six months on its own yeasts in stainless steel containers.

Color:
Golden yellow, intense, deep.

Aroma:
Of rose, linden, musk and apricots.

Taste:
Mellow, full, velvety, flavor of apricots and aromatic scents.

Serve with:
Savory first courses, fish soups and risotto with truffles, fondues, speck (smoked, juniper-flavored ham), culatello di Zibello (a ham which is typical of the Province of Parma) sweets, pies and cakes.

Serving temperature:
At 9-11° in the summer and 12-14° in the winter in a long-stemmed, wide, capacious glass which is shaped like a big overblown tulip.

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