Grapevine: Bruni Crossing 54 or Doric 54
Vineyard: Vineyard of the Mill
Surface: 1 he has
Planting: 270 x 0,70
Altitude: 350 slm
Vines per hectare: 5.500
Training System: guyout
plant Age: 20 years
Harvest period: early September
Type of collection: hand-picked grapes in small crates
soil: calcareous clay
Yield per hectare: 5 your.
winemaking: soft squeezing whole cluster. Static decanting of cold musts. Fermentation at controlled temperature in steel.
Refinement: 3 /4 months in bottle
Alcohol: 12,5% – 13,50%
Service temperature: 12 °C
HISTORY OF THE VINE
The vine Crossing Bruni 54 It was created in 1936 by Prof.. Bruno Bruni, who worked for the Ministry of Agriculture in the period 1930-1950, crossing through pollinated varieties Sauvignon Blanc and Verdicchio. E 'not widespread and exclusively in the region Marche. Over the years, this grape was almost disappearing, through a research project we found some cuttings, replanted in a small plot.
At the sight straw color, light gold shimmer, the nose has notes of grassy notes of tomato leaf, fruity citrus and bergamot, floral elderberry. In the mouth detaches the balanced freshness by heat and softness, final mouth citrusy.
The Sommelier recommends (by Raffaele Papi)
On preparations as appetizers and first courses, with fatness, sweet trend, slightly spicy, succulent, slightly greasy. Seconds white meat. PAI medio lunga
first: Linguine with asparagus cream