Deep yellow with golden and shiny hints. On the nose it shows ripe white peach, mango and flint. In the mouth the wine is rich, creamy and persistent. Only 1,200 bottles produced.
€80,00 – €480,00
Appellation: Toscana Bianco IGT
Grape: Petit Manseng
Bottle size: 0,75 L
Food Pairing: Beluga caviar, linguine with cuttlefish ink, Blue Stilton
After contributing to make Poggio Argentato’s blend very interesting, Elisabetta Geppetti wanted to experience a pure Petit Manseng wine, a variety grown on Maremma’s hills but which recalls the expression of its land of origin – Gascony.
Denomination: IGT TOSCANA BIANCO
Variety: 100% Petit Manseng
Total Acidity: 8,8 g/L
Vineyard position: Pian di Fiora Vineyard (Pereta), altitude 200 – 250 meters above sea level
Vineyard exposure: North – East
Vineyard surface: 1 ha
Soil texture: clayey with an important presence of sandstone
Implantation date: 2000
Implantation density: 6250 p/ha
Cultivation system: guyot
Yield per hectare: 40 q
Harvest time: second half of September
Fermentation temperature: 15°C in 500 Lt. new oak tonneaux
Maturation: After the alcoholic fermentation in 500 Lt. new tonneaux, the wine evolves in the same tonneaux for more 16 months. The maturation will continue for other 24 months in the bottle.
Production: 1200 bottles
Format: 0,75 l
First vintage produced: 2014
Profile: Intense yellow colour with glossy golden reflections; it shows stone fruit aromas of nectarine and white peach, with dusty notes of flint. The mouthfeel is rich, creamy and with a persistence that can go on for minutes.
Pairing: Excellent with 30 months Parmigiano Reggiano, guinea fowl roasted in orange juice or linguine with lobster sauce.