Cuvée 1931 Spumante Rosa

 

Sparkling Rosé wine, Glera and Pinot Noir 


Area of production:regions of Veneto and Alto Adige
Harvest: end of August and September, by hand
Vinification: soft pressing of grapes, static decantation and fermentation at controlled temperature
Maturation: in stainless steel tanks at temperature controlled in contact with fine lees
Prise de mousse (sparkling process): the second fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks (cuvée close) at temperature controlled with selected yeasts for at least 40 days. Tartaric stabilization at low temperature
Bottling: isobaric after sterile filtration
Colour: pale salmon pink; very fine and persistent perlage
Aromas: floral and fruity with distinctive notes of red-berry fruits
Taste: creamy with a pleasant fruity aftertaste

Service temperature: we recommend to serve at 6-8 °C (43/47 °F) in "tulip"-shaped crystal glasses to fully appreciate its aromas and fine perlage

 


Acidity: 6,5 g/l

PH: 3.10
Residual sugars: 11 g/l
Bottle size: 0,75 lt
Alcohol: 11,5% by vol.

 

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Awards

 

Cuvée 1931 Spumante Rosa Brut nv:

o Gambero Rosso 2018: 1 Bicchiere

o Gambero Rosso 2017: 1 Bicchiere 

o Gambero Rosso 2016: 1 Bicchiere 

o I Vini d’Italia - l’Espresso 2016: 15,5/20

o Wine Enthusiast: 91/100

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