classification

Wine of overripe grapes

soil

Clayey-siliceous, tending to looseness, alternating layers of lithosols and sandstone.

grape varieties

climate

Mediterranean, mild winters, limited rainfall, very hot and windy summers.

harvesting

By hand, after full ripening of the grapes on the vine.

vinification technique

Soft pressing, slow fermentation at controlled temperature 22-25 °C in steel vast and subsequent development in barriques.

tasting notes

Colour: Intense straw yellow.
Nose: Very intense primary aromas, distinctly Mediterranean. Terpenic characters typical of Nasco.
Palate: Round, semisweet or almost sweet, fat, rich flavour recalling the primary aroma.

storage

Constant temperature 18 °C, humidity 75%, controlled light, horizontal bottle.

serving

Small, tulip-shaped goblet with slightly flared rim, serving temperature 12 °C.

size

0.50 lt

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