Alnè Millesimato Extra Dry is the prosecco par excellence produced by Cantina La Tordera. A reality in Valdobbiadene that stands out for the concept of Natural Balance, that is, for sustainable production in environmental, economic and social terms.
The name Alnè derives from the ancient source of water, present in this area, which allowed the populations to develop and start the cultivation of the vine.
The production of this prosecco takes place inside the new eco-sustainable winery certified by CasaClima, a place that tells the story of this company and its commitment to all issues relating to environmental protection
Alnè is made with Glera and Chardonnay grapes harvested by hand, the method is the classic Charmat with vinification process in steel.
Fresh and balanced wine, a classic of these lands which in this company finds one of its maximum interpretations.
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Brillante, giallo paglierino tendente al verdognolo.
Fruttato, sentori di mela verde, note di pera. Floreale con sentori di glicine e fiori di vaniglia, complesso e persistente.
È un vino ben equilibrato e molto fresco, gli aromi di frutta sono esaltati da una buona vivacità. Persistente e con un fine retrogusto elegante.
Risotto di crostacei. Catalana di astici. Filetto di Pesce San Pietro alla brace.
0,75 L Standard
Alnè, località sede della nostra Azienda (TV)
Suolo evoluto contenente argilla alluvionale.
Presa di spuma: 4 settimane a temperatura controllata.
Pressatura soffice, fermentazione a temperatura controllata.
Fine e persistente.
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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.