Segreto Verde – Trebbiano Verde Anfora
The terracotta amphora is the oldest winery container in history, and is a work philosophy more than a simple container. Its shape, which recalls the maternal uterus and the natural material of which it is made (clay), amplify the “terroir” concept. In the amphora the grapes ferment and turn into wine, renewing a promise, a “marriage” , that has been repeating itself for over 5,000 years.
Trebbiano Verde 100%
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approximately 0,30 ha
approximately 300 m a.s.l.
of volcanic origin, rich in skeleton and mineral elements
VSP (Vertical Shoot Positioning) double Guyot
5,700 vines per hectare
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manual harvesting of grapes into crates
Destemming of white grapes and immediate filling of terracotta Amphorae, hermetically sealed once fermentation has finished. The grapes remain in the Amphora for at least 6 months, after which they are racked off.
in stainless steel at a controlled temperature
not carried out
in stainless steel for at least 1 months with frequent batonnage, then in bottle before release
Straw-yellow color with golden reflections
Complex and elegant aroma with predominant assorted balsamic notes
Very full bodied and harmonious taste with an evident persistence and elegance
Ideal with the typical dishes of traditional Italian cuisine, recommended with fish-fries or fish soup.