Fiano di Avellino D.O.C.G.
Colle dei Cerri is a wine produced from a Fiano Cru planted in Salza Irpina in 1995,
at 550 metres altitude, with an optimal exposure of the vineyards that ensures the
slow and perfect ripening of the grapes that, after pressed, will fermentate in wood
with a long stop for 10 months. This stop in the cellar offers a very structured wine,
complex at the nose and juicy at the palate, very long and persistent.
Appellation: Fiano di Avellino D.O.C.G.
Grape varieties: Fiano 100%
Production area: Vigna Colle dei Cerri, Salza Irpina (AV)
Year of planting: 1995
Altitude: 550 m a.s.l.
Soil composition: clayey, sub limestone
Plant density: 4.500 plants for hectare
Training system: espalier with monolateral Guyot pruning
Average yield: 50 quintals per hectare
Harvest: second decade of October
Vinification: manual harvest of selected bunches in 15 kg baskets, skin maceration, fermentation in wood (French oak barriques) in temperature-controlled environment, contact with wood (French oak barriques) for 10-15 months, with a final ageing in bottle for 3-5 years.
Organoleptic characteristics: golden yellow, with warm amber tones, it smells of chamomile, acacia honey and dried fruit, in a very pleasant toasty frame. Firmly structured, fresh tasting, savoury and very persistent.
Recommended pairings: eggs with truffle; risotto with Castelmagno and hazelnuts; sardines in beccafico.
Available formats: 0,75L
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