Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin
Sweet Spumante Wine
This vine variety is thought to come from some southern Asian areas such as Syria and Anatolia. The credit for its introduction to Italy goes to the Venetian merchants who brought it here in the XIII century.
Vine variety – Denomination
Fior D’Arancio Colli Euganei Rombi DOCG sweet Spumante
Area marked within the Euganean Hills production guideline
Clay-rich (Euganean marlstone), calcareous and skeletal
4,000 plants per hectare
Destemming, crushing and then low pressure pressing. The must is preserved at a controlled temperature between +1 and +5 °C in stainless steel tanks.
Second fermentation in big closed containers at a controlled temperature for 30 days.
Straw yellow with greenish hues.
Wine with extensive flower-like aromatic notes with a strong Muscat character and tropical fruit scents.
Sweet and lingering, recalling the original fruit
6 % ABV