TRENTODOC

R Rosè Brut

R Rose Brut

TRENTODOC

R Rosè Brut

In this Trentodoc rosé, the elegance, the lively acidity, the notes of currant, wild strawberries and raspberries and the pleasant fragrances of pomegranate and orange peel are typical of Pinot Noir. Chardonnay grapes complete the wine’s profile, adding this Trentodoc delicate and harmonious character.

In this Trentodoc rosé, the elegance, the lively acidity, the notes of currant, wild strawberries and raspberries and the pleasant fragrances of pomegranate and orange peel are typical of Pinot Noir. Chardonnay grapes complete the wine’s profile, adding this Trentodoc delicate and harmonious character.

bright old rosè, with coppery, pinkish hue

fragrant bouquet, with elegant notes of berries, citrus and pomegranate

fresh and velvety, rich and with bright tanginess, with a slightly almondy finish

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Vineyards:
On the hills and in flatter valley floor vineyards, the best terroir for white grapes, using guyot and single Trentino pergola training systems
Soil:
Dry, middle consistency, limestone and chalk soil
Harvest:
The grapes are picked by hand between the end of August or the beginning of September
Fermentation & and ageing:
White winemaking and gentle pressing of the grapes.
All musts (chardonnay & pinot noir) are fermented in stainless steel, where they remain until the creation of the cuvée.
The wine undergoes second fermentation in the bottle, followed by traditional ageing on the lees for at least 30 months.
Bottle ageing:
After disgorgement, for up to 3 months
When to drink it:
Fresh and crisp when still young. A long ageing. yields citrus and toasty notes

Year: n.v.
Wine style: Brut, metodo classico sparkling wine
Grapes: chardonnay and pinot nero
Alcohol: 12.50% vol.
Total acidity: 7.30 g/l
Sugar: 5.80 g/l
Serving temperature: 6-8°C
Wine maturity: ready

Excellent for an aperitif, it is also amazing throughout a meal. It goes wonderfully with fish-based appetizers, such as tuna tartare, but also with succulent dishes, such as carbonara or crostone with lard.

YEAR 2021

91 punti 5StarWines – The Book 2023 by Veronafiere

Other information

Vineyards:
On the hills and in flatter valley floor vineyards, the best terroir for white grapes, using guyot and single Trentino pergola training systems
Soil:
Dry, middle consistency, limestone and chalk soil
Harvest:
The grapes are picked by hand between the end of August or the beginning of September
Fermentation & and ageing:
White winemaking and gentle pressing of the grapes.
All musts (chardonnay & pinot noir) are fermented in stainless steel, where they remain until the creation of the cuvée.
The wine undergoes second fermentation in the bottle, followed by traditional ageing on the lees for at least 30 months.
Bottle ageing:
After disgorgement, for up to 3 months
When to drink it:
Fresh and crisp when still young. A long ageing. yields citrus and toasty notes

Year: n.v.
Wine style: Brut, metodo classico sparkling wine
Grapes: chardonnay and pinot nero
Alcohol: 12.50% vol.
Total acidity: 7.30 g/l
Sugar: 5.80 g/l
Serving temperature: 6-8°C
Wine maturity: ready

Pairing tips

Excellent for an aperitif, it is also amazing throughout a meal. It goes wonderfully with fish-based appetizers, such as tuna tartare, but also with succulent dishes, such as carbonara or crostone with lard.

Reviews and accolades

ANNO 2021

91 punti 5StarWines – The Book 2023 by Veronafiere