Chardonnay is one of the most important white grapevine varieties in the world, a myth, a synthesis of opulence and elegance.
Intense straw yellow.
It reveals a wide range of delicate, yet persistent aromas; buttery scents, hints of apple, acacia flowers, fresh bread crust.
The taste is fresh, mineral and sapid.
Its mellow and balanced taste makes it particularly suitable to accompany smoked fish appetizers and seafood dishes, but also mushroom dishes, white meats and medium-aged cheeses.
The vines are situated in the heart of the Grave, on the flat gravely ground.
Harvest and vinification
The grapes are mainly mechanically harvested during the optimal ripening period to guarantee maximum intensity of the aromas. Grapes are de-stemmed, then crushed and then passed to the pneumatic press for soft pressing. After keeping the must at 5° C for 24 hours, selected yeasts are added for fermentation in purity at a controlled temperature of 17-18° C. After fermentation, the wine is decanted several times and left to mature in stainless steel containers.
Serve in wide long-stemmed goblets at 12° C.