Pozzolengo – Brescia. Typical area of Lugana.
The Morainic hills were formed during the Quartenary period, characterized by fertile soils of clay and fine gravel.
PRODUCTION PER HECTARE
80-90 quintals of grapes.
Manually, in September.
Short drying period of selected grapes followed by light pressing. Part of the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation at controlled temperature in steel tanks and the other part matures for 12 months in French oak barrels. Refinement in bottle for a further 4-5 months.
Intense strawyellow colour with golden hints. Intense bouquet, with mature fruit, such as ripe banana, dried apricot, mango, dried grape. The presence of spicy white pepper scent, with toasted almonds, vanilla, honey and a light saffron perception helps to create olfactory sensations of personality and complexity. Warm and soft on the palate, with a long finish.
Fish and crustaceans, matured cheese.