Prendina Valbruna Sauvignon Garda 2020

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Of the three clones of Sauvignon used for this wine, one is Italian and the other two are French. The position and the soil conditions give this Sauvignon a special character which is able to emphasize the structure and the vegetable and fruit notes leaving the pepper tone for the end.

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Color

Giallo paglierino, con riflessi verdognoli.

Smell

Intenso, deciso e caratteristico.

Taste

Secco, con fondo delicato, pieno in bocca.

Pairings

Vino gradevole anche come aperitivo, si sposa con ogni tipologia di salume, con zuppette di crostacei, con minestre di verdure e con pesce di lago e di mare al vapore, alla griglia o fritto.

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Features

YEAR 2020
ALCOL 13.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION DOC Garda
TEMPERATURE 8-10
LOCATION Monzambano (Mn)
REFINEMENT A marzo viene fatta la cuvèe e l'imbottigliamento.
WINEMAKING L'uva diraspata viene pigiata, raffreddata e inviata alla pressatura, dove rimane per qualche ora prima che il mosto venga separato. Questo per ottenere una buona estrazione delle note caratteristiche del vitigno. Il mosto chiarificato, appena iniziata la fermentazione, viene posto per il 30% in barriques nuove e il restante in acciaio. Il vino a fine fermentazione viene raffreddato con lo scopo di evitare la fermentazione malolattica e di abbassare comunque l'acidità tartarica.
DECANTING 1 ora

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CELLAR

Name: Prendina
Start-up year: 1900
Cultivated hectares: 40
Winemaker name: Luciano Piona
Address: Strada San Pietro, 86 - Monzambano (MN)
Web Site: www.prendina.com

The Az Ag La Prendina wine production is quite recent. It began in 1958 with the purchase of the vineyards. After extensive re-working we planted new vineyards based on our experience at Cavalchina. The existence of La Prendina as a farm goes back many years. Maps and documents of the Gonzaga period indicate the existence of the La Prendina estate. Also the evidence of the buildings such as the tower and dovecote suggests a much older existence. Initially wines were sold under the Cavalchina name. The first wine to use the La Prendina name was a Merlot bottled in 1980 for the celebrated chef Gualtiero Marchesi. The Merlot remains the wine that best expresses the character of La Prendina. By 1990 all La Prendina’s wines were sold under its own brand and started to be recognised in tastings and guides for its Bordeaux style, particularly with Vigneto del Falcone.