EXTRA DRY SPUMANTE
Wine: Aedo
Name: Aedo
Alcoholic content: 11.5-12.5% by vol. (depending on the vintage)
Grape variety: 70% Pinot Noir, 15% Riesling, 10% Chardonnay and a small percentage of Malvasia and Viognier. Grape blend grown and harvested together.
Geographic location: first and second hill slopes in the Oltrepò Pavese region, located in the San Damiano al Colle district.
Vineyard characteristics: soil derived from a disintegration of arenaria and calcareous rocks, with a clay component, situated at 235 - 340 metres above sea level. Traditional Gujot system.
Vineyard age: 6/35 years
Vinification: the must is obtained through a soft squeeze of the grapes, with immediate separation from the skins, and is stored in steel vats, at a temperature of 14 - 18° for a period of 10 - 12 days. Following several stages of decanting, it undergoes maturation in steel tanks for about 2 months. Subsequently the wine is placed in autoclaves, where re-fermentation takes place according to the Martinotti or Charmat method. On conclusion of this process, after approximately 3 months, the spumante is bottled and left to refine for a further 2 months before going on the market.
Organoleptic characteristics: Straw-yellow colour with greenish tones. Intense, fruity, fresh and aromatic aroma with floral notes of apple, banana and citrus fruits. Unique, evocative and distinguished, the taste is soft (characteristic of an extra dry wine) and elegant with a captivating structure. Excellent lingering aroma.
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Gastronomic accompaniment: ideal as an aperitif, excellent throughout the entire meal, particularly with fish dishes. Well suited to white meats, cheeses and also pizza.
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