Schioppettino "TURIAN" DOC COLLAVINI
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From the vinification of Schioppettino alone, locally also called Ribolla Nera. The origin of the vines is that of the Colli Orientali del Friuli. The harvest takes place at the end of September. The vinification provides that the grapes, after harvesting, are concentrated in fruitiness, a technique that allows to enhance the aromas and body. The fermentation on the skins, of about 3 weeks, takes place in small automatic and controlled steel winemakers. The maturation, from the following spring, continues in Allier barriques for at least 18 months. It follows the aging in bottle for a further 18 months.
Characteristics of this red wine
The organoleptic analysis of this wine shows an intense ruby red color with nuances still violacea. The aroma has evolved, complex and concentrated, where the varietal characteristics such as berries, raspberries, black pepper and spices emerge. The taste enters the mouth with soft tannins and a freshness that gives vivacity to the long finish.
Serving suggestions tasting Schioppettino Doc
It goes perfectly with noble game feather, pigeon, duck. Pappardelle with hare sauce, wild boar, roe deer. The optimal serving temperature is 16ºC in a wide glass that allows the wine to oxygenate.