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De Bartoli Vecchio Samperi Perpetuo

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Da non segregare alla fine del pasto ma da abbinare a formaggi stagionati, a carni brasate, rombo al forno, bottarga e ostriche.

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YEAR NV
TRAINING SYSTEM Alberello e controspalliera Guyot.
ALCOL 16.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Manuale in piccole casse, le ultime settimane di Settembre.

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TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Sicilia occidentale, Contrada Samperi, Marsala (TP)
GROUND Calcareo-sabbioso di medio impasto, pianeggiante.
REFINEMENT In fusti di rovere e castagno per almeno 15 anni in media, con l'aggiunta di una percentuale di vino più giovane ogni anno, utilizzando il tradizionale metodo in perpetuo (o Solera)
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 6500
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 3500
WINEMAKING Selezione manuale delle uve, spremitura soffice, sedimentazione naturale, fermentazione tradizionale in fusti di rovere e castagno a temperatura ambiente a opera di lieviti indigeni.
PH 3.3

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Name: Marco De Bartoli
Start-up year: 1980
Cultivated hectares: 19
Winemaker name: Renato e Sebastiano De Bartoli
Address: Contrada Fornara Samperi, 292 - Marsala (TP)
Web Site: www.marcodebartoli.com

Defying the conventions of the wine market and betting with himself, Marco De Bartoli in 1980 inaugurated its new production line, regardless of the economic evidence, feeling a moral obligation to support the traditional values ??of his land. Thus the first Vecchio Samperi. Subsequently De Bartoli reached Pantelleria intrigued by Muscat Raisin, a product that the market had alienated. Curiosity developed into desire to take possession of the sciences related to the cultivation of grapes Zibibbo, who could learn to Pantelleria. This is, in part, the genesis of the wine Bukkurum; the idea, to ensure that in a bottle of island culture. This bottling was done, the first time in 1985. The following year, De Bartoli, vinificò cold grapes Zibibbo and took the body more products.