ORIGIN: San Gimignano from soils of Pliocene marine origin located at 400 ms|m; 15-year-old vineyard with medium-textured soils and rich presence of skeleton

BLEND: 100% SAUVIGNON BLAN

HARVEST: harvested by hand in small crates

HARVEST TIME: early September

YIELD PER HA: 50 Q.LI/HA

VINIFICATION: Refrigeration of the grapes in boxes at 2°C for 24 hours followed by soft pressing of the grapes. Static decanting of the must and first racking to clarify the juice follows followed by alcoholic fermentation at 13°C temperature for about 3 weeks. At the end of fermentation, the wine is racked to separate the heavier lees and kept on its lees called “fine or noble” where, with weekly stirring, it will remain for 4 months to give the wine softness and stability. Then the wine is racked and bottled. The whole process is done in compliance with the inherent Organic regulations even if not stated on the label

ORGANOLEPTIC CHARACTERISTICS:

VISUAL – straw yellow color with hints of green

OLFACTS – opens on the nose with a good exotic, fresh and crisp aromatic charge, hints of fig, tomato leaf and a very slightly ripe clementine, slightly floral jasmine.

TASTE – The mouthfeel is vibrant and appropriately acidic and savory with notes of lime and fruit that give great flavor and length

ALCOHOL CONTENT VOLUME: 13% vol.

SERVING TEMPERATURE: 10/12°C

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