Sauvignon Emilia PGI
Type of Wine
Still White Wine
Straw yellow color
Aromatic notes of tropical fruits
Good acidity, fresh and with a good hydrocarbon finish
|Designation||Emilia Indicazione Geografica Protetta|
|Grapevine||85% Sauvignon Blanc, 15% Riesling|
|Density Plant||5000 Plants / hectare|
|Form of breeding||GDC|
|Annual production||5.000 Bottles|
|Alcohol content||12% Vol|
|Total acidity||8,5 h/l|
|Sugar residue||2 g/l|
|Total sulfur dioxide||22 mg/l|
|Service Temperature||Optimal at 8 * C|
Sauvignon and riesling are grape varieties that prefer fresh and loose soils with the presence of silt, to enhance the fruit and aromatic characteristics.
The Sauvignon present in the Garofano farm a few meters from the Panaro river and the riesling present in our Torre dei Nanni farm exposed to the north-west and therefore in a cool area, together find a unique balance of its kind
The grapes are harvested in two phases, the Sauvignon the week after mid-August while the riesling the first week of September.
They are collected in 30 kg crates and pressed in whole bunches with a soft press.
The Sauvignon is a vineyard of over 40 years while the riesling is very young, only 5 years old but from this very promising harvest.
Perfect on Salmon, first courses based on fish and shellfish in general.