UVE D’AGOSTO BIANCO

Grillo/Petit Manseng

It is produced by combining grillo and Petit Manseng grapes which overlooking the jonian sea, benefits of the daily embrace of the sea breeze.

The pale yellow colour shines anticipating the linden fragrance, white peach, herbal sense and brackish balanced note. The fresh sip states the young personality with a solid nerve. Served at 6/8 c it is an elegant aperitif; at few more degrees, give us the chance to get its balance in accompanying main courses fish or grilled fish.

Uve: Grillo and Petit Manseng

Soil: alluvial, mainly sandy rich of skeletons and organic material.

Technical data

Grillo/Petit Manseng

It is produced by combining grillo and Petit Manseng grapes which overlooking the Jonian sea, benefits of the daily embrace of the sea breeze.

The pale yellow colour shines anticipating the linden fragrance, white peach, herbal sense and brackish balanced note. The fresh sip states the young personality with a solid nerve. Served at 6/8 c it is an elegant aperitif; at few more degrees, give us the chance to get its balance in accompanying main courses fish or grilled fish.

Grapes: Grillo and Petit Manseng

Soil: alluvial, mainly sandy rich of skeletons and organic material.

Technical data

Years

2016

cold and rainy with decreasing in production, during the season it was made a thinning of sprouts first, and, before the vintage, to the clusters to allow a correct ripening.

It was a benefit to wines in freshness, tannic charge and elegance with balanced alcohol contents and a good ageing potential.

2015

quite cold and rainy which conveied a good moisture to plants, during the season it was made several trimmings, and before the vintage a thinning of clusters to allow a correct ripening.

It was a benefit to wines in freshness, tannic charge and elegance with average alcohol contents and a good ageing potential.

FEATURES

The yellow pale colour shines anticipating the complexity of scentes. The note of white peach, the fresh herbaceous notes, and the “sea” feature of the site ends with a sensual brackish note. The deep sip reveals the young character with a solid and strong nerve.

CULINARY ART

Served cold (8/10) it is an elegant aperitif which well combines with our sea fried fish and the delicious breaded and fried vegetables which will stimulate the palate.