02.02.02 Pearl wine/Frizzante with indication of origin
Pearl wine/Frizzante with indication of origin
Product category: Emilia-Romagna
Quintessenza Malvasia Spumante Sweet
Colli Scandiano and Canossa DOC Sweet
Colour: straw yellow. Bouquet: intense and aromatic. Taste: delicate, fresh, lively, with an intense and characteristic aroma.
Alcoholic content 7% vol.
Serving temperature 8 / 10° C
Vines Malvasia di Candia
Ageing To be consumed while young within 1 or 2 years
Bottle: 0,75 l. cork Classification: sparkling sweet white wine Area of production: Reggio Emilia Place: hills of Reggio Emilia Plant system: “Cordone speronato” Max. production per hectare: kg. 16.000 Soil: clayey soil Sugar: 75 g/l. Total acidity: 6,2 g/l. (average indicative value) Volatile acidity: 0,35 g/l. (average indicative value)
Pairing Particularly suitable to accompany desserts.
Bottle: 0,75 l. cork N° of bottles produced: 60.000 Classification: red dry wine Area of production: Colli Piacentini Place: Val Tidone and Val Trebbia Plant system: “Guyot – cordone speronato basso” Max. production per hectare: kg. 13.000 Soil: clayey soil Sugar: 5 g/l. Total acidity: 6 g/l.
Pairing Particulary suitable to accompany pasta dishes, roast and red meat.
Bottle: 0,75 l. N° of bottles produced: 5.000 Classification: red wine aged in barriques Area of production: Colli di Imola (Bologna) Place: Tenuta Poggio Pollino Plant system: “Cordone Speronato” Max. production per hectare: kg. 9.000 Soil: clayey soil Sugar: 2,4 g/l. Total acidity: 5,25 g/l. Volatile acidity: 0,42 g/l. Notes: Aged 12 months in barriques, and minimum 6 months in bottle
Pairing Particularly suitable with red meats, roasts, game, seasoned cheeses.
Emilia-Romagna, a name synonymous with quality Welcome to one of the richest regions in Europe, which boasts one of the highest standards of living in Italy and is home to many of the most popular food and wine products in the country.
Within easy reach of Venice, Florence and Milan, Emilia-Romagna lies at the heart of northern Italy. The region has been populated since ancient times, when the vitis labrusca grew wild at the edge of the woodlands; the name of the king of Italian wines, renowned the world over – Lambrusco – derives from this plant. The climate of the region is warm and sunny in the summer, while the winters are severe, with the plain enveloped in fog and snow often falling on the hills.
This is a wine-growing area that gives ample rewards to those who are familiar with it and know just how best to take care of it. The provinces of Reggio Emilia and Modena are the heart of Lambrusco country; the wine produced here was a firm favourite with the personal physician of Pope Sixtus V, Andrea Bacci, who wrote of “Lambrusco vines, whose red and white grapes produce spicy, fragrant wines that form a delicious froth when poured into the glass”