Villa Matilde Caracci 2017

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This wine is produced only in the finest growing years, from grapes from the vineyard of the same name, one of the oldest and best-aspected parcels on the San Castrese estate, planted on the slopes of the extinct Roccamonfina volcano.

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Color

Giallo paglierino intenso dai riflessi dorati.

Smell

Profumo caratteristico di rosa canina, banana, ananas, pera Williams, burro di cacao e sentori di muschio, nocciola tostata e vaniglia.

Taste

Di sapore pieno, vellutato e persistente, è senza dubbio un vino elegante e di carattere.

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Features

YEAR 2017
TRAINING SYSTEM Guyot con circa 6-8 gemme per pianta.
ALCOL 13.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Prima decade di Ottobre.

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CLASSIFICATION DOC Falerno del Massico
TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Cellole (CE)
GROUND Vulcanico con buona dotazione di fosforo, potassio e microelementi.
REFINEMENT In acciaio e poi in bottiglia per minimo 8 mesi.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE 3500
WINEMAKING Criomacerazione delle uve per ottenere una maggiore estrazione aromatica e di struttura. Una parte del mosto così ottenuto fermenta in acciaio e una parte in barriques di Allier di media tostatuta per circa 20 giorni allo scopo di esaltare le doti di armonia e morbidezza naturalmente presenti nelle uve di questo vigneto e del suo particolarissimo "terroir".
DECANTING 1 ora
RETURN HALF 3000 .

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CELLAR

Name: Villa Matilde
Start-up year: 1960
Cultivated hectares: 70
Winemaker name: Riccardo Cotarella e Fabio Gennarelli
Address: Cellole (CE)
Web Site: www.villamatilde.it

During the 1970s, after several years of research and helped by a team of scholars from the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Naples, the lawyer and classicist Francesco Paolo Avallone identified twenty plants that were Falerno's authentic varietals. A passionate lover of ancient wines, Avallone, through painstaking propagation worked to save a sufficient number of clones to bring Falerno back to life. He replanted the old Falernian vines on the soil of the land called Massico, were they had traditionally flourished and founded the winery Villa Matilde. Today, his son Salvatore and his daughter Maria Ida now run the organization with the same passion.