[ 6 x 750ml ]
Il Baratto is the name of an ancient vineyard, planted in a hilly area at high inclines with terraced portions exposed to the Southwest. Tenacious vineyard on sandy soil of sandstone, gives birth to a wine characterized more by terroir than by grape variety.
A wine that is both fruity and mineral, with a marked acidity, fine and able to stand the test of time.
classification:Trebbiano Umbria I.G.P.
variety: Trebbiano Toscano (Procanico) 80%, Malvasie 15%, Grechetto and Riesling 5%
soil: sandy, rich in minerals and limestone (sandstone)
vinesplantationyear:1970-1980 Il Baratto vineyard
yield per hectare: 40-50 q./ha
harvest period: last ten days of September
wine making: whole grape clusters crushed by female feet on vertical press
fermentation: with indigenous yeasts, at cellar temperature (18-24° C)
ageing: in steel tanks on fine lees for 6-7 months with repeated batonnage
bottling:without filtration, during waning moon on April or May