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Serafini & Vidotto

Italy - 

Veneto - 

Nervesa della Battaglia 

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Phigaia Bianco IGT delle Venezie

70% Sauvignon, 30% Pinot Blanc

Production area: Montello

Terrain: argilloso e calcareo

Harvest: manual

Vinification: Pinot Blanc 100% steel; Sauvignon 70% steel, 30% wood

Refinement: On their fine lees, even until the next harvest

Color: straw yellow with golden flashes

Fragrance: Delicate citrusy and vegetal hints of pink grapefruit, cedar, mint and tomato leaf, and sweet notes of vanilla

Flavor: fresh, the brief aging in wood makes it intriguing and delicately complex

Alcoholic Grade: 12.5% vol

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THE COMPANY

Serafini&Vidotto was born in 1986 in Nervesa della Battaglia, near the ruins of the Abbey where, between 1551 and 1555, Monsignor della Casa wrote the Galateo, in the territories of the Serenissima that have always been devoted to the production of red wines. The winery works to preserve the soil and its vitality by maintaining the endowment of organic substance: all the vines are managed organically and, only when necessary, copper and sulfur are used at minimum level. The cultivated vine is not exploited but, on the contrary, it is cared for so that it expresses its potential to the fullest and the quality that its fruits. From this great work in the vineyard and then in the cellar come territorial wines such as Manzoni and Recantina, passing through Pinot Noir, which in the Roccolo version is interpreted masterfully to the Rosso dell’Abbazia archetype of the Bordeaux blend in Italy. Antonello and Francesco, assisted by their eldest son Matteo, represent today the viticultural and ecological excellence of Treviso.