Marchesa Piemonte doc Albarossa Gold Label

Marchesa Piemonte doc Albarossa Gold Label: the wine is obtained from Albarossa (clone of Nebiolo and Barbera at 50%) and Pelaverga (the original vine of the Barolo area with an intense aroma of black pepper), vinified separately in steel with cold extraction of the perfumes in harvest and subsequent fermentation in steel at controlled temperature with microoxygenation at each reassembly, subsequently assembled with 85% Albarossa, 15% Pelaverga with one year of aging in steel.Soft and velvety in the mouth with intense spicy scent with hints of black pepper, excellent wine for any kind of meat pairing for those who love red wines without hints of wood.
Two great native vines of Piedmont united for the first time in this wine!

 

Traceability card

Vineyards
Vineyards: F.M. 53, numbers: 263-227
Total acres: 12,35 all owned by the estate
Cultivation: With a mix of trichoderma and micro-organism in order to obtain grapes with higher antioxidant power.
Grapes: Albarossa 85% – Pelaverga 15%
Winegrowing: Ecological Cultivation Reg. EU 1257/99 ex 2078/92
Harvest time: from September 25th to October 10th
Winemaking: Stainless steel under controlled temperature with micro-oxygenation in order to make the tannins softer; Winemaking with selected yeast in absence of sulphites after cryomaceration in order to obtain a more deep colour and more aromatic complexity; 15 months aging stainless steel.
Sulphites: 80-100 mg/lit (much less than as admitted by law)

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Tasting card

Alcohol content: 14%%vol.
Ph: 3,25
Acidity: 5,30 g/l
Sugars: traces
Colour: deep burgundy garnet red.
Service Temperature:15-16°C
Matching: excellent for pairings with important first and second courses of red meat and game
Flavour: very special with aromatic complexity made of spices and ripe fruits together with black pepper and minerality notes.
Taste: the great structure, the soft tannins, the absence of wood notes, the long after taste makes this wine really superb, due to the unique blend between Albarossa and Pelaverga, the two autochthonous grapes from Piedmont.

 

Wines & Vineyards of Gavi

Via Gavi 87 15067 - Novi Ligure (AL) - Italy

The Marchesa Estate is a member of the Association of Italian Historic Houses (ADSI) and is listed on the website of the Association: Italian Historic Houses.
Tenuta di Pietra Porzia in Frascati (Rome) is owned by the same family.

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