Quare di Angarano is the result of cabernet sauvignon grapes blending. Over the years the Company has reproduced and transplanted the old biotypes of the local grape varieties in order to preserve their characteristics and uniqueness. During the phenological stages, the vineyard is always supervised to obtain a limited but high-quality production. The harvest is made separately for every plot and variety.
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Rosso rubino intenso.
Peperone e piccoli frutti rossi.
Caldo, morbido, tannino ben integrato, ottima persistenza.
Accompagna bene arrosti, brasati, cacciagione, formaggi stagionati. Una ricetta della tradizione locale che suggeriamo: Toresàni allo spiedo di Breganze.
Cordone speronato con 8-10 gemme.
0,75 L Standard
Metà Ottobre, vendemmia manuale e selezione dei grappoli.
Bassano del Grappa (VI)
Alluvionale, medio impasto.
Elevazione in legno per circa 24 mesi; affinamento in bottiglia per circa 9 mesi.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE
Vinificazione separata dei grappoli a 28-30 °C. Fermentazione alcolica di circa 15-18 giorni.
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Name: Villa Angarano Start-up year: 2003 Cultivated hectares: 8 Winemaker name: Marco Bernabei Address: Via Contrà Corte S. Eusebio, 15 - Bassano del Grappa (VI) Web Site: www.villaangarano.com
Azienda Agricola Bianchi Michiel is located in the easternmost part of the Breganze DOC area in the Municipality of Bassano del Grappa, and currently occupies fifty hectares, 8 of which are dedicated to vineyards that extend to the right bank of the River Brenta.
The alluvial soil and the nightly breeze blowing down the Valsugana Valley are beneficial to both the grapevines and the olive groves.
Thanks to these generous climatic conditions, these Veneto lands were first chosen for cultivation and never since abandoned, and wine - in the words of Palladio - has always been produced here.
After almost seven-hundred years of production using traditional methods, today the five Bianchi Michiel sisters with their love for the harvest and wine and the consultation of oenologist, Marco Bernabei, have dedicated their effort to a new production.
The challenge has just begun: following careful research for the species most suited to the territory capable of enhancing the bouquet that these ancient lands can offer, in 2003, the farm first began replanting the vineyards with Merlot, Cabernet, and then Chardonnay and Vespaiolo grape.
These new wines represent the fruit of an extended effort by Bianchi Michiel Vineyards to renew and improve the quality of its products.