I Brè – Verduno Pelaverga DOC
Verduno Pelaverga comes from grapes grown in the Verduno area, an area characterized by Tortorian soil, which has a perfect combination of limestone elements and bluish yellow marls. For this reason, wines produced with grapes grown on these soils tend to be particularly fruity, with medium tannins and ready to be enjoyed while still young: this is the hallmark of the rare and prized Verduno Pelaverga.
|Denomination||VERDUNO PELAVERGA D.O.C. – I BRE’|
|Classification||D.O.C. since 1995|
|Production area||Verduno, area di Breri, Perno|
|Grape variety||100% Pelaverga piccolo of Verduno|
|Harvest time||Its age of maturation is considered medium-late as it’s harvested at the beginning of October|
|Vinification||Fermentation in contact with the skins, but discanding the stalk.
Double daily replacement
|Maturation||In steel barrels for 7,8 months|
|Bottling||End of May, beginning of June|
|Aging||2 months in bottle in the cellar rest area|
|Color||More or less intense ruby red with red or violet reflections|
|Bouquet||Intense, fragrant, fruity with spicy characterization|
|Taste||Fresh, dry, characteristically velvety and harmonic|
|Suggested food||Meat sauce, charcuterie, cheese, mushroom, fish and truffle dishes.|
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