Col de Mez Rosé

coldemez rosé scontornato

GRAPE VARIETY: Pinot Nero - Raboso.

CULTIVATION METHOD: Vertical trellis (Sylvoz, Guyot) with planting patterns from 3000 to 4500 vines per hectare.

VINEYARDS: A group of vineyards in the area of Piave River.

SOIL AND WEATHER: A soil of medium texture that goes from steep hills to the plains at the gates of Treviso. The weather is particularly fresh and aerated.

GRAPE HARVEST: Grapes are collected at medium ripening in order to preserve the acid component. The harvest of Pinot Nero generally takes place in August while the harvest of Raboso grapes occurs in October.

FERMENTATION: Bunches are harvested manually and once they reach the wine-cellar, they are gently pressed. Then, a slow fermentation takes place in steel reservoirs with indigenous yeasts in order to preserve the peculiarity of the product to the maximum. After cleaning the wine, it starts the sparkling wine production process in in stainless steel tanks.

RIPENESS: The vintage sparkling wine is bottled as from January and after a short ripening period in bottle, it is ready to be consumed.

REMARKS: This rosé sparkling wine is a blend of Pinot Noir and Raboso. The Raboso gives the freshness typical of the grape, while the Pinot Noir confers body and persistence. The result is an intense and flavorful sparkling wine with hints of flowers and red fruits such as blueberries and currants. Certanly original.

ANALYTICAL DATA: Alcohol content 12%, total acidity 6.0 g/l, residual sugar 13 g/l.

COLOUR: Pale pink.

BOUQUET: Intense, fruity, complex, with hints of flowers and red berries.

TASTE: It has a good acidity, pleasant to the palate and harmonious.

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Excellent both as an aperitif or paired with fried vegetables, seafood salads and fish dishes.



 Award SILVER MEDAL Le Mondial du Rosé  2016 FR 
Award SILVER MEDAL Le Mondial du Rosé 2015 FR



Bottle photo