I.G.P. Indicazione Geografica Protetta Colli Aprutini Bianco
Viogner, Semillon e Sauvignon.
Colour: straw yellow with greenish highlights.
Nose: Fruity, reminiscent of pink grapefruit, white peach, pineapple, passion fruit, apricot and citrus combined with intense and elegant floral notes of sage, broom, acacia blossom, tomato leaves, green pepper and box hedge.
Flavour: dry and refreshing on the palate, round and zesty with a pleasant citrusy aftertaste.
Estate-owned vineyards in the minucipality of Controguerra at 260 meters a.s.l. (850 ft).
Soil is relatively loose, predominantly clay.
The training system is vertical-trellis (Controspalliera) with a density of 4,600 vines per hectare. Exposure is partly north-eatern and partly south-western.
HARVEST & VINIFICATION
The grapes for San Biagio 18 are harvested, after a carful selection, during the second decade of August starting with Viognier, followed by Semillion and lastly Sauvignon. The grapes are destemmed, crushed softly and left to ferment in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature between 15 and 17 degrees C (59-62 F).
Alcohol 13 .00% vol.
Total Acidity 6.20 g/l
Visit us in Controguerra, a village built upon the hills of Teramo, where the majestic Gran Sasso dominates the area with the sea on the background.