The blend of Albana and Montuni is the characteristic of this wine made from grapes coming from a biodynamic cultivation and vinified in a natural way with native yeasts. The grapes are fermented in whole bunches with carbonic maceration.
|Grapes||Albana, Grechetto gentile, Montuni|
|Harvest||At the end of August, manual|
|Yield q/ha||60 q.li/ha|
|Maceration||Carbonic, in steel, whole cluster|
|Wine aging||3 months in the bottle|
Wine that symbolizes the union of the most authentic native white grape varieties of the Bolognese Hills: Albana, Grechetto gentile and Montuni. The idea is to create wine that is accessible every day, pleasant, fragrant, with a light structure that can be combined with many first courses, fish, vegetables and white meats.
The peculiarity of the processing lies in the whole cluster maceration, in steel, of albana, the main grape variety of this wine. It is an ancient technique which, through alcoholic fermentation, allows the natural yeasts of the wine to develop a remarkable floreality of aromas; the tannic contribution of the stalk of the whole bunch enhances the acidity and crunchiness.
Unfiltered wine and with very light additions of sulfur to ensure conservation and never affect the healthiness of the wine glass. The light aromatic contribution of Grechetto gentile and Montuni finally give a touch of lightheartedness for a wine drunk and enjoyed in the normality of good daily food.