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San Valentino Vivi Rebula Colli di Rimini 2017

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Rebola is a vine present in the Rimini area that very few companies still work today, but among these we find the San Valentino Company of the Mascarin family, which has always been the promoter of the vines present in this area.

Organic farm, today produces this new wine called VIVI, dedicated to Valeria Vivian wife of Roberto Mascarin, obtained from Grechetto Gentile denomination with which today the Rebola is indicated.

Produced in just 3000 bottles, it is obtained through spontaneous fermentation in steel and maturation on the feces with batonnage in cement tanks.

Very interesting and original wine.

SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Giallo paglierino.

Smell

Gradevoli i sentori olfattivi, che richiamano il biancospino, la ginestra, la frutta a polpa bianca e gli agrumi.

Taste

Leggermente sapido, sorretto da una buona spalla acida e appena ammandorlato in chiusura.

Pairings

Ottimo con piatti di pesce, crostacei e formaggi freschi

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Features

YEAR 2017
TRAINING SYSTEM A spalliera con potatura a guyot.
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Manuale

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Informations

CLASSIFICATION DOC Colli di Rimini
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Croce di Montecolombo, Rimini (RN)
GROUND Argilloso calcareo.
REFINEMENT In cemento sulle fecce finì per 8 mesi con periodici batonage.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 5000
WINEMAKING Fermentazione naturale in acciaio con lieviti indigeni.
RETURN HALF 1 kg.

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Name: San Valentino Azienda Agricola
Cultivated hectares: 28
Address: Via Tomasetta, 13 - Rimini (RN)
Web Site: www.vinisanvalentino.com

San Valentino used in the vineyard of the biodynamic farming techniques according to the directives of the famous agronomist Michel Barbaud: no synthetic chemicals, harmonization of chemical values of the soil in the vineyard planting plants that help restore the correct and natural values of the chemical elements. For example, among the vines, and periodically rotating oats, field beans, leguminacee are typically planted that serve to add to rebalance the organoleptic components of the soil in a natural and spontaneous manner.