Ca' Bembo

Wines

Sauvignon

D.O.C FRIULI

TYPOLOGY: White wine

VINEYARD SIZE: 9,00 hectares, of which 2,50 are dedicated to the Ca’ Bembo selection

GROWING AREA: Azzano Decimo-Porcía (Pordenone)

SOIL PROFILE: Deep soil with a silty-clay loam texture, sub-alkaline with moderate limestone

GRAPE VARIETY: Sauvignon Blanc

ASPECT: North-South

AVERAGE AGE OF VINES: 10 years

AVERAGE ALTITUDE: 30 metres asl

SISTEMA DI ALLEVAMENTO: Spurred Cordon

NUMERO DI VITI PER HA: 3.125 vines per hectare

PRODUCTION PER HECTARE: 9.500 kg per hectare

BOTTLES PRODUCED ON AVERAGE: Average 15.000 bottles

VINIFICATION: The clusters are de-stemmed and are given a 24-hours cryomaceration at about 5°C. The grapes are then gently pressed, at a maximum -0,9 atmospheres. The must is clarified through enzymatic settling followed by centrifuging, then ferments with cultured yeasts at 15-17°C. This procedure ensures the extraction from the skins of the compounds that make this wine distinctive

MATURATION: In steel

BOTTLE AGEING: 3-4 months

APPEARANCE: Straw yellow with greening highlights

BOUQUET: Subtle fragrances of green pepper, ripe melon, banana and tomato leaf

PALATE: Dry and elegant with good acidic grip

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Sauvignon Ca’ Bembo is not styled to be aged but to be enjoyed within two years, to gain the fullest pleasure from its fragrant youthfulness and its refined bouquet. It is outstanding when paired with asparagus and egg dishes, cuttlefish stew, angler fish and eel. It is best served at 10-12°C in large tulip-shaped stemware

Note (Technical values for last harverst):
Alcohol: 12,70%
Total acidity: 5,80 g/l
Ph: 3,35
Dry extract: 20,20 g/l
Total SO2:

92 mg/l (legal maximum: 200 mg/l)


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