Malvasia Bianca 50% Vermentino 50%
Trellises plants located between the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto
Deep, medium-textured tending to clayey
The grapes are harvested by hand in crates and subjected to a soft pressing and thermoregulated fermentation at 15°C in stainless steel vats
Steel and bottle
As in a dance step, the Malvasia Bianca and Vermentino grapes give us a perfectly balanced wine. The color is bright straw lemon. The nose is complex, with clear scents of exotic fruits, delicate yellow flowers and mineral notes. The taste is in perfect harmony between the softness and the aromaticity of Malvasia and the freshness of Vermentino. Very persistent and enjoyable
Raw seafood; seafood risotto; grilled fish; legume soup; fresh cheeses
HISTORICAL AND TECHNICAL NOTES:
Passo a Due as Paso Doble as the dance technique that joins two bodies in one, in a thrill of passion. This is what happens to our Vermentino and Malvasia Bianca grapes, a deep harmony attracting especially young people.
Vermentino is made from the very precious fruit harvested from 3 hectares of vineyard in Brindisi and Taranto, where the Ionian Sea meets the Adriatic in another faboulous fusion.
The Malvasia Bianca is another historical grape indigenous to Salento, taken here by Venetians from Peloponnese under the name Monemvasia.
Both grapes are rigorously selected, picked by hand into cases and then cold–macerated at 4 C for 48 hours. A maturation in bottle enhances the richness.
- Vermentino Malvasia Bianca
- Gradazione Alcolica
- Temperatura di Servizio
- Aragosta alla catalana
Tartare di gamberi
- Alici marinate
Tartara di tonno