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BiancaVigna

Italy - 

Veneto - 

Conegliano 

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Amphora Classic Method

100% Glera

Production area: hillside vineyards located in the municipality of Conegliano

Terrain: argilloso, calcareo, con elevata quantità di scheletro

Harvest: manual

Vinification: first fermentation with natural yeasts and no added sulfites, in contact with the skins for a period of three to four weeks

Refinement: This is followed by static decantation of the wine and immediately transfer to amphora for maturation. The amphora used is an earthenware vessel that allows the micro-oxygenation of the wine: therefore, it performs the same function as a wooden barrel but without the release of tannins, thus maintaining all the primary fruity and floral aromas typical of glera and indeed enhancing its characteristics. In amphora, the wine is aged for four months and then bottled with indigenous yeasts for the second fermentation in the bottle

Color: .

Alcoholic Grade: 11.5% vol.

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THE COMPANY

Established in 2004 from the idea of Elena Moschetta of a high quality viticulture and winemaking. Involved in this project, her brother Enrico, oenologist, and the Cuzziol family. The company own around 30 hectares of vineyards, all in the hills, meaning grapes of excellent quality and great potential. In the area of Treviso, between Conegliano, the city of Giovanni Battista Cima, and Pieve di Soligo, BiancaVigna cultivates its own vines and purchases some grapes: the purpose is to bring in the wines something of each terroir that reflect the site history. Tradition and innovation, is the motto of this young company, which became popular in the last few years thanks to its continuity to produce quality wines, which are very mineral with only a small quantity of added sugar. The new cellar in Ogliano, in the middle of the hills of Conegliano (recognised in 2019 as UNESCO World Heritage Site), is perfectly integrated with the landscape and is a result of sustainable architecture respecting territorial traditions. Since January 2016, this cellar is the new house of BiancaVigna and represents the starting point for next challenges.