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Denomination: Langhe DOC Rossese Bianco
Variety: Rossese Bianco 85%, Incrocio Manzoni Bianco
Vinification: separate vinification for the 2 varieties.
Destemming and soft pressing without maceration.
Fermentation in steel tanks with temperature control. The
blend is done about 2 months before bottling.
Ageing: on noble lees for 5 months in a steel tanksRead more
Denomination: Langhe DOC Favorita
Variety: Favorita 100%
Vinification: 2/3 of the must follows the traditional white
fermentation with cold maceration and fermentation in a
temperature controlled steel tank for about 15 days. The
remaining part is vinified with the “orange” method that means
on lees about 5 days. After that it was transferred for
fermentation in French oak barrels for about 10 days.
Ageing:one part – in barrique on fine lees, the other part – in
steel tank. Following assemblage – about 20 days before bottling
and aging for 6 months in the bottles.Read more
Denomination: Langhe DOC Chardonnay
Variety: Chardonnay 100%
Vinification: pressing without destemming. The must is
transferred to a stainless steel tank with a temperature control
for a decanting overnight. Then the must is trasferred into a
steel tank without temperature control, and the alcoholic
fermentation lasts for a few days. Decanting for 24 hours in a
steel tank with a temperature control. Fermentation lasts for
about 1 week.
Ageing: about 12 months in French oak tonneaux, 1° and 4°
passage, and steel tanks.
Production: about 800-1 200 bottles a yearRead more
Denomination: Roero Arneis DOCG
Variety: Arneis 100%
Vinification: grape processing “in reduction” (without oxygen
access). Traditional white vinification in thermocontrolled
steel tanks for about 20 days at temperatures between 9 and 11
Ageing: on fine lees for 5 months in steel tanks with regular
Production: about 8 000- 11 000 bottles a yearRead more