La Tordera Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dry

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Color

Brillante, giallo paglierino con riflessi verdognoli.

Smell

Complesso e fine, con sentori di pera abate, fiori di tiglio e glicine, forte e spiccato profumo di mandorla.

Taste

Intenso, fine ed elegante, ricorda la sensazione di mela e pera matura.

Pairings

Frolla guarnita con mandorle.

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Features

YEAR 2020
VINES Glera, Bianchetta trevigiana, Perera
TRAINING SYSTEM Doppio capovolto.
ALCOL 11.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Dal 25 al 30 Settembre.

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco
TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Colle Tordera nella conca del Cartizze, Comune di Valdobbiadene (TV)
GROUND Argilla, sedimento fangoso di origine marina particolarmente presente nella località Cartizze.
REFINEMENT Presa di spuma: 6 settimane ad una temperatura di 17 °C.
WINEMAKING Pressatura soffice e leggero contatto con le bucce.
PERLAGE Persistente, a grana minuta.
RETURN HALF 120 q.
SUGAR 18.5 g/l
ACIDITY 5.7 g/l

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Advocated 0000 88

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CELLAR

Name: La Tordera
Start-up year: 2001
Cultivated hectares: 70
Address: Via Alnè Bosco 23 - Vidor (TV)
Web Site: www.latordera.it

Our winery was founded on the hills of Valdobbiadene, in the heart of the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG production area, between Venice and the Dolomites. Always with an eye towards innovation, we have never forgotten our bond with our territory and its traditions. Thanks to this respect for this small paradise and the wonderful fruit it gives us, we tend towards an always “greener” wine growing method in harmony with the environment while taking into consideration our past and future generations. Our name comes from a rolling hill in the Cartizze territory. In olden times, there was a bird snare, commonly called “Tordera”, on this hill. In the autumn season, thrushes flew in from the nearby mountains looking for food in the vineyards; this high ground got the Tordera name from this tradition. Even though the snare does not exist anymore, the name has remained with the local people. This is where our family started; this is where La Tordera came to be.