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La Contralta Vermentino

White Wine aged in new French oak barrels for 6 months.

La Contralta Vermentino

Sardegna, Italy

The harvested grapes are de-stemmed and fermented in contact with the skins for 20 days in steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 25oC with repeated punch downs.

At the end of the alcoholic fermentation, the wine separated from the skins undergoes malolactic fermentation for about two months in stainless steel tanks.

Once the malolactic fermentation is finished, the wine is put in new French oak barrels to age for 6 months.
After these months of aging in wood, the wine is blended, decanted a couple of times to separate it from the sediment, and then bottled. It spends another month in the bottle before being released.

Alcohol per volume: 13.5%
Grapes: Vermentino 100%
Plantation Year: 2007
Altitude: 150 meters
Surface Area: 4 hectares
Exposure: North East
Soil: Granite decay
Harvest: Manual, only early in the morning, mid- September
MSRP: $29.00

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