Ruggeri Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Vecchie Viti 2020

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Description

Details of wine

This wine, obtained from the Old Vines of Valdobbiadene, the most beautiful and longlived Prosecche, Bianchette, Verdise and Perere, would be a tribute to our country and to the memory of all men and women who, with their hands and their heart, made it an extraordinary and fertile land.

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Color

Giallo paglierino brillante.

Smell

Bouquet fruttato e floreale, con profumi di fiori di acacia e, in certe annate, di fiori bianchi di magnolia. Note fruttate di pera, mela e uva spina.

Taste

In bocca si esprimono prima di tutto le note fresche ed è subito intenso e vellutato al palato, con sentori anche di pesca e frutta a pasta bianca. La complessità è sostenuta da una solida acidità, con una elegante nota sapida nel finale.

Pairings

Ideale per l'aperitivo ma è ottimo anche a pasto, abbinato a piatti di pesce, carni bianche, primi piatti a base di funghi e verdure.

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Features

YEAR 2020
VINES 94% Glera, 2% Verdiso, 2% Bianchetta trevigiana, 2% Perera
ALCOL 12.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco
TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Singole viti sparse per tutto il territorio di Valdobbiadene e in particolare da San Pietro, Santo Stefano, Cartizze, Guia
REFINEMENT Presa di spuma nella primavera successiva alla vendemmia, per lenta rifermentazione in grandi recipienti chiusi a 14 - 15 °C, con sosta sui lieviti di circa 3 mesi.
WINEMAKING In bianco, cioè in assenza delle bucce alla temperatura controllata di 16 °C.
PERLAGE Fine e persistente.
SUGAR 8.0 g/l

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Red shramp 2013
Red shramp 2014
Red shramp 2018
Red shramp 2019
Veronelli 2013
Veronelli 2014
Veronelli 2018
Veronelli 2019
Wine Spectator 2015 95
Wine Advocated 2015 91
Wine Advocated 2016 91
James Suckling 2018 90
James Suckling 2019 90

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CELLAR

Name: Ruggeri
Start-up year: 1950
Cultivated hectares: 28
Winemaker name: Fabio Roversi
Address: Via Prà Fontana, 4 - Valdobbiadene (TV)
Web Site: www.ruggeri.it

The Ruggeri winery was established in 1950 by Giustino Bisol, whose family boasts a deeply rooted, centuries-old tradition in viticulture in the Valdobbiadene area. The place-name “Case Bisoi” (that is “the Houses of the Bisols”) is to be found on the oldest maps of the area, in the heart of the zone now known as Cartizze and once called “Chartice” or “Gardizze”. It is here, according to property/tax assessment documents in the public archives, that the Bisol family has been cultivating vines since 1542. In the 1800s Eliseo Bisol left further documentary evidence of his activity as a distiller. Around 1920, his son Luigi Bisol, an oenologist, built a winery in Montebelluna. In 1950, Luigi’s son Giustino Bisol established the Ruggeri winery in S. Stefano di Valdobbiadene to produce and promote the semi-sparkling Prosecco and Cartizze wines. In 1993 the winery was relocated to new, large and ergonomically-designed premises. The Prosecco Superiore DOCG grapes are usually delivered by over a hundred vine-growers. Nearly all of them have their vineyards in the municipality of Valdobbiadene, while 25 also grow Cartizze grapes. It should be noted that many of the superior vineyards lie in the historic districts of San Pietro di Barbozza. Santo Stefano and Saccol, which have always been renowned for producing the best in terms of quality. Ruggeri owns a small vineyard of Cartizze and 20 hectares on the nearby Montello, 12 of them are cultivated with Pinot Grigio and Glera (traditionally called Prosecco). About 1 hectare is dedicated to the growing of Recantina, an ancient and authochtonous red grape variety which was recovered thanks to the hard work of cooperation with the Istituto Sperimentale Per la Viticoltura di Conegliano (School of Viticulture of Conegliano). The Ruggeri winery is well equipped to cope with the considerable harvest; it has two fully independent lines for receiving the grapes and 5 ‘soft’ presses, thereby ensuring separation of the various vineyard harvests also at the busiest times. The production has been stable for approximately 20 years at around one million bottles a year, 60% of which are distributed in Italy and the remainder in 20 foreign countries.