18 Ottobre 2021
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Rosso in Comune 2019 Ajola, Vini Gazzetta, Malauva

code: B481 - VINI GAZZETTA - Trish Nelson , AJOLA , Red Wine
Winery: Ajola, Vini Gazzetta, Malauva

Viticulture: artisanal, made as they once were!

Region: Umbria

Grape varieties: Sangiovese, Chardonnay

Alcohol: 11,5% vol

Volume: 0,75l

Wine making: spontaneous fermentation by indigenous yeasts present on the skins; the Chardonnay is pressed directly and the juice is then left for a week in contact with the Sangiovese skins.

Aging: in steel

Serve at: 14-16 °C

About him: together is better! And this is what this group of young and innovative winemakers did for the creation of this blend, the result of their passion and curiosity to experiment. Rosso in Comune is a wine born from the collaboration of Gazzetta, Ajola and Malauva, who share the vineyards, the cellar and the wines. Sangiovese and Chardonnay vines are used. The Chardonnay is pressed directly, then the juice rests for a week on the pressed Sangiovese skins. Subsequently the aging lasts 6 months in steel. A more unique than rare jewel, born of sharing, but once uncorked difficult to share with others ;)
€ 19,90
Tax 22% including
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