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BOTTEGA WHITE GOLD VENEZIA DOC

Spumante Venezia DOC Brut - cl 75


Bottega White Gold is a Venezia DOC wine obtained from the vinification of Glera, Chardonnay and Pinot grapes.
With its great character, this Brut sparkling wine is fresh and elegant, representing an expression of the territory
where grapes are grown, among the provinces of Treviso and Venice.


Production Area: Provinces of Treviso and Venice, Italy
Vine: Glera, Chardonnay, Pinot
Plants per Hectare: 2500-3000
Training System: Sylvoz
Harvest Period: Mid-September
Yield per Hectare: 140 q/Ha

Characteristics:


Production Area
DOC Venezia area ranges from the foothills in the Province of Treviso to the Adriatic Sea in the Province of Venice, namely from Conegliano
hills to Caorle lagoon. Thanks to the protection of the Dolomites in the North and to the proximity with sea and lagoon, it is characterized
by a temperate-humid climate. The soil is made of alluvial material originated from Alpine and pre-Alpine glacier melting and carried by
Piave and Livenza rivers. In the high plain, the high concentration of pebbles and gravel results in a light, draining soil with moderate fertility,
creating ideal conditions for viticulture. This area originates the high quality grapes used to produce this sparkling wine.

Production Process
>    The grapes of the three varieties of this blend are generally harvested around mid-September.
>    Grapes are quickly carried to the winery to preserve their quality and avoid possible alterations that may result from mechanical     
     damages, premature oxidation, microbial contamination or sun exposure.
>    Grapes are then destemmed and softly pressed to separate the skins  form the must, which is finally cleaned through decantation.
>    The first fermentation occurs in steel tanks with the addition of selected yeasts.
>    In accordance to the Martinotti method, the second fermentation occurs in cuve close at a controlled temperature of 14°C, to preserve the primary aromas of the grapes. When sugar turns into alcohol, the yeasts naturally release carbon dioxide, making the wine “sparkling”.
>    The wine is then cold stabilized, filtered and bottled.

Organoleptic Characteristics:


Color and Appearance: Straw yellow with gold reflexes, fine and persistent perlage.
Bouquet: Elegant and refined, it is characterized by fruity hints (mainly apple and peach), delicate floral aromas (hawthorn above all),
with a finish of honey notes and a special aromaticity reminding of dried fruit.
Taste: Soft and captivating, on the palate it creates a perfect balance between the freshness of Glera grape, the body of Chardonnay grape
and the acidity of Pinot grape.

Chemical Characteristics:


ABV: 11%
Sugar, g/l: 10-13
Total Acidity, g/l: 5,00-6,50
Serving Temperature: 4-5 °C
Serving Suggestions: Perfect as an aperitif, it goes particularly well with fish or vegetable based first courses (ideal with seafood risotto or pea
risotto), grilled fish, crustaceans and shellfish. It is also a perfect match with white meat (chicken and turkey) and with vegetable-based dishes.
Enjoy it within: 18 months.
Recommended Glass: Flute.