Le Vigne di Alice

M Fondo

Marzemino col fondo

M Fondo

marzemino col fondo

After the primary fermentation, the wine is racked and decanted from the gross lees. It remains sur lie (fine lees) for five months: the final assemblage is made adding native yeasts and must before tirage (bottling). The wine undregoes its second fermentaion, then given a further three/four months before release.

Soils: Refrontolo is planted in reddish ferrite soils, the residue of the degradation of iron-rich rocks. The vineyards, facing south-southwest at an average elevation of 200 metres, are planted to an average density of 3,500 vines per hectare and are trained to the Sylvoz system. Harvest generally occurs in the second half of September and the vineyard yield averages 80 hl/ha.  The weather is mild, with cold winters and summers that are warm, but never muggy and with consistent breezes. The day-night temperature differentials are significant, particularly in the summer. 

Rubin red with cloudiness, blackened toenail

Violet, raspeberries, wild strawberries, mature blueberries, mace, rose petail

Sapid, persistent

Drink it with somebody intriguing

Wine serving temperature suggesting: 8-10°C

Alcohol 11% vol.
Sugar 0 g/l
Total Acidity 4,65 g/l
Pressure 3 bar
Net Extract 22.20 g/l
Sulphites 5 mg/l
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M Fondo

Marzemino col fondo

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M Fondo

Marzemino col fondo

M Fondo

marzemino col fondo

After the primary fermentation, the wine is racked and decanted from the gross lees. It remains sur lie (fine lees) for five months: the final assemblage is made adding native yeasts and must before tirage (bottling). The wine undregoes its second fermentaion, then given a further three/four months before release.

Soils: Refrontolo is planted in reddish ferrite soils, the residue of the degradation of iron-rich rocks. The vineyards, facing south-southwest at an average elevation of 200 metres, are planted to an average density of 3,500 vines per hectare and are trained to the Sylvoz system. Harvest generally occurs in the second half of September and the vineyard yield averages 80 hl/ha.  The weather is mild, with cold winters and summers that are warm, but never muggy and with consistent breezes. The day-night temperature differentials are significant, particularly in the summer. 

Rubin red with cloudiness, blackened toenail

Violet, raspeberries, wild strawberries, mature blueberries, mace, rose petail

Sapid, persistent

Drink it with somebody intriguing

Wine serving temperature suggesting: 8-10°C

Alcohol 11% vol.
Sugar 0 g/l
Total Acidity 4,65 g/l
Pressure 3 bar
Net Extract 22.20 g/l
Sulphites 5 mg/l
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