Vines: 50% White Malvasia, 50% Sauvignon Blanc. Area: San Marzano, Salento, Puglia.At about 100 meters above sea level. Soil: shallow and medium-fine texture. Cultivation: Espalier (4.000 vines per hectare). Harvest: Second and third week of August. Vinification: Cold maceration in press for 6-8 hours;subsequent soft pressing of the pomace static cold settling and alcoholic fermentation at 11 ° C. Aging: In steel. Organoleptic characteristics: Straw yellow color with greenish reflections;floral scent due to broom and fruity due to citrus fruits and exotic fruit.
Wine with good acidity, fresh and mineral. Pairings: Fish appetizers and soups, young soft cheeses, first courses with light sauces. Serve at: 12 ° C.
Bottiglia 0,750 lt
Formaggi a pasta molle
Primi piatti con sughi leggeri
Zuppe di pesce e brodetti
In the heart of our ancient villages, from high balconies and white terraces, whispers fortune to passers-by.It is made of the clay that once nourished the vines.It is a flower when it opens, a fruit on a peach tree, a grain on a vine. San Marzano Winery AWARDS AND AWARDS FOR VINTAGE