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1950 – Merlot Veneto Igt.

1950 is the year in which Merlot vineyard, used to produce this wine, was planted. The grape harvest is manual and it occurs by mid September. The grapes are brought to the winery using crates. The little grapes are put in specific tanks and the must ferments with the lees for 15 days. The pressing is soft, the wine matures in stainless steel tanks, where periodically I do a battonage. The colour is ruby red, the aroma is intense and delicate. In the glass you’ll find the taste of red fruit, such as cranberry and raspberry, it has a good structure.

Name: IGT Veneto
Production area: Gambellara (VI)
Subarea: Pianura
Grape variety: Merlot 100%
Grape-Harvest: the first days in September
Vineyard: the grapes come from the vineyard in area of Ronchi, average age of the vines is 60 years, median altitude 50 m, dark alluvial soil, deriving from volcanic rocks
Training system: Vicentine trellis
Winemaking process: in contact with the skins for 15 days with repeated and prolonged pressings
Aging: matures in its lees in stainless steel tanks for 7 months until bottling

Colour: ruby red with violet reflections
Sensory Profile: Bouquet: intense and delicate with hints of herbs. Taste: good structure and acidity, pleasing roundness and mineral quality.
Pairings: ideal for the whole meal, preferably with marbled red meats
Serving temperature 16-18°C

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