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Santa Tresa Spumante Rosè Brut Frappato Bio

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SPEDIZIONE GRATUITA PER ORDINI SUPERIORI AI 79 EURO

Color

Rosa tenue.

Smell

Croccante e fragrante al naso rilasci sensazioni di fragoline di bosco, fiori rossi, cenni genetali e minerali.

Taste

Brioso al gusto con soffice spuma, fresco e delicatamente sapido, regale un finale fruttato e vagamente vegetale.

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Features

YEAR NV
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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Informations

TEMPERATURE 6-8
LOCATION Vittoria (RG)
PERLAGE Fine perlage.

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CELLAR

Name: Santa Tresa
Start-up year: 2002
Cultivated hectares: 39
Winemaker name: Stefano Chioccioli
Address: Contrada Santa Tersa - Vittoria (RG)
Web Site: www.santatresa.com

We want to tell you, with and through wine, the incredible encounter of Sicilian cultures. We produce authentically Sicilian and strictly organic wines. We want to accompany you to discover places, products, cultures and techniques. Through our work we want to convey love for this incredible territory. Our curiosity has prompted us to re-evaluate varieties and production techniques capable of combining ancient traditions and innovative oenological approaches. Santa Tresa, is a jewel made of microclimate, biodiversity and culture. Our work is not limited only to adhering to the rules laid down for organic cultivation but it becomes philosophy, objective, study and finally result. The people of Santa Tresa, no longer mistress but guest and custodian of a unique legacy: the biodiversity of Vittoria. Choosing Santa Tresa, we offer you strictly organic wines of high wine level. You will have the certainty of a product that not only respects but promotes and preserves a terroir and a generous nature that only human respect is enough to produce wonderful fruits. When you choose Santa Tresa, you demonstrate that you have in your DNA the seed of discovery. You will get to know unique varieties that may have been little enhanced and ancient techniques, such as the use of terracotta amphorae, which together with modern methods and an innate predisposition to experimentation, make our wine unique.