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Braghé

Vine: Freisa, grapes selected from the “Braghè” vine variety in Vho
Exposure and altitude: south-west, 250-300m above sea level
Siol characteristics: calcareous-clay
Cultivation system: Guyot (5,000 plants per hectare)
Vine age: 10 to 15 years old
Yield per hectare: 5,500 kg/hectare
Hervest: early October, harvested by hand into small wooden baskets
Vinification: maceration in contact with the skins for six - eight days with some pumping over. Bottled after a few months of refinement
Alcohol content: approximately 13-14° % vol.
Colour: full red colour with intense granite hues
Nose: elegant, delicate with a background of rose, Marasca cherry and raspberry, which evolves into pleasant musk-type hints as it ages
Palate: soft, fresh and filled with content, festive happiness
Serving suggestions: an excellent wine for pasta and rice dishes, white meats, poultry, cured meats and polenta
Packs available: boxes of 12 bottles