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Bianco di Ampelia 2019 – Ampeleia

17,26 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(23,01  / 1000 ml)
Delivery Time: approx. 3-4 workdays
Bianco di Ampelia 2019 - Ampeleia

17,26 

SKU: 9911209027 Regionen: , Weingut:

Update 11.05.2021

Tasting note from from 17.06.2020, Copyright Christina Hilker

Info about the wine

Trebbiano 90%, Malvasia 5%, Ansonica 5% grown between 300 and 600m above sea level, harvested in the second week of September with a yield of 50hl/ha.

Info about the expansion

Fermentation in concrete tanks for 6 months, contact with the skins for 7 days. Bottled unfiltered and unfined.

Color

Muted golden yellow with clear cloudiness and copper reflections.

Nose

The 2019 Bianco di Ampeleia, made from mash-fermented Trebbiano grapes, already makes an announcement on the nose. Its bouquet is brilliant and intense. Vineyard peach, orange, apricot compote, honey and ginger mingle with fragrant flowers and malty cereal notes, a hint of light tobacco frames this exciting fragrance.

Palate

Freshness, freshness, freshness, that awaits us on the palate. Notes of apple and citrus, fine acidity and a salty trace - it literally floats and that with only 11 Vol% alcohol, yet so powerful and profound, like refreshment for the soul, a truly soothing drop. If you combine it with food, you would be well advised to use ingredients with a distinct flavour of their own and to prepare them as naturally as possible.
Drink decanted, not too cold from a large glass.

Food recommendations by Christina Hilker

  • Meadow herb foam with pea ravioli
    (Vegetable & Vegetarian)
  • Sea bass with artichoke and couscous
    (Fish)
  • Tagliatelle with nut pesto, poussin and Marsala
    (Poultry)

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Type

Vintage

Variety

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Content

Alcohol content

11% Vol.

Residual sweetness

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Allergens

Contains sulfur

Acid

5,2 g/l

Drinking temperature

11°

Manufacturer

Ampeleia, Loc. Meleta, I-58028 Roccatederighi, organic certificate:IT BIO 014

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