Le Strie Societa' Agricola

F.Ne San Gervasio 13/a , 23036 Teglio
Italy

Telephone +39 335 1273509
info@lestrie.it

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  • Hall 15 / G82
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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.10  Lombardia

Our products

Product category: Lombardia

SassiFraga

Terrazze Retiche di Sondrio IGT
Nebbiolo
Vintage 2011

GRAPES VARIETIES AND VINEYARDS: The most important grape variety is, of course, Nebbiolo grape which accounts for 95% of all the grapes.
The remaining 5% is made up of Rossola, Pignola, Brugnola: they are local grapes varieties that you occasionally can find in Valltellina Valley vineyards.
Most of the grapes come from our vineyards located in Valtellina Superiore DOCG sub-zones known as Sassella (Communes of Castione A. and Sondrio) and Valgella (Commune of Teglio).
A small part of the grapes come from a vineyard having a very good exposure, located in Grumello sub-zone (Commune of Montagna V.).
VINIFICATION: We picked the grapes by the end of october using small boxes containing about 20 kg, each.
The boxes were carried as soon as possible to our cellar where the grapes were put through the de-stemmer and crusher.
The crushed grapes were pumped into a stainless steel tank where alcoholic fermentation took place.
The maceration time lasted 7 days.
After the end of the fermentation process, we drained the wine off. Then we racked it off and let it mature in stainless steel vats for about 7 months before bottling.
We used no oak barrels for making this wine.

Grape yield: 75 ql/Ha
Yield wine/grapes: 65%
Bottles produced: 1330

MAIN FEATURES OF THE WINE
COLOR: Ruby red
PERFUMES: Fruity: cherries, raspberries, blackberries
TASTE: Dry, slightly tannic, long
ALCOHOLIC CONTENT: 12,5 % by volume
TOTAL ACIDITY: 5,23 g/l
SUGAR: 0,8 g/100 ml
TOTAL DRY EXTRACT: 26,1 g/l
TASTING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
FOOD MATCHES: Roasted red meat, cheese

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Product category: Lombardia

Valtellina Superiore D.O.C.G.

Vintage 2006

VINEYARDS AND GRAPES:
our vineyards are located in the Valtellina Superiore D.O.C.G. wine-growing area; 50% of them are in the sub-zone known as "Valgella", while the other half are in the sub-zone called "Sassella".
The most important grape-variety is Nebbiolo, locally known as "Chiavennasca". The Nebbiolo grapes account for 95% of the harvest. The remaining 5% is made up of minor grape-varieties: Rossola, Pignola and Brugnola.
The average grape yield per hectare is about 65 quintals. According to the law, we are allowed 80 quintals per hectare.

VINIFICATION: LE STRIE winery produces a wine known as Valtellina Superiore D.O.C.G.
In the vinification method, which is the same every year, grapes coming from "Sassella" and "Valgella" sub-zones are treated differently.
Sassella grapes are hand-harvested using boxes containing about 25 kg each. The boxes arrive, as soon as possible, at the winery where grapes are put through the de-stemmer and crusher.
The crushed grapes are pumped into a stainless steel tank where alcoholic fermentation takes place. The maceration time lasts about 8-10 days. At the end of the fermentation process the wine is transferred into medium size oak barrels.
"Valgella" grapes are accurately selected and hand-harvested in small boxes containing up to 4 kg each, partially dried for about 25-30 days and vinified following the same process as "Sassella" grapes.
Once the fermentation is finished, the two wines are blended. The ageing process lasts at least 12 months inside medium size oak barrels, then nine more months in bottles.
The yield wine/grape is about 60% (according to the law, we could be allowed 70%).

Grape yield per hectar: 65 ql
Grape / Wine yield: 60 %
Bottles: 4300

MAIN FEATURES OF THE WINE
COLOR: Deep ruby red
PERFUMES: Spices and liquorice
TASTE: Dry, rich texture, long
ALCOHOLIC CONTENT: 13,5 % by volume
TOTAL ACIDITY: 5,8 g/l
SUGAR: 0,17 g/100 ml
TOTAL DRY EXTRACT: 29,0 g/l
TASTING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
FOOD MATCHES: Roasted red meat, game, mature cheese

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Product category: Lombardia

Sforzato di Valtellina D.O.C.G.

Vintage 2009

This is the first vintage in which we decided to produce SFORZATO D.O.C.G.

VINEYARDS: for making this wine we used accurately selected Nebbiolo grapes coming from our vineyards located in Castione A. and Sondrio Communes (20%) and Teglio Commune (80%).
All the vineyards are grown according Guyot method, bearing 8-10 buds per cane.
In this way we keep grape yield low and this is essential for producing high quality wines.

VINIFICATION: the grapes were hand-picked early in october using small boxes containing about 4 kg each.
The boxes were transferred into a cellar and allowed to dry up to the end of december when the grapes went through the de-stemmer and crusher.
Vinification took place in stainless steel vat and lasted for 20 days; then the wine was drawed off and allowed to finish alcoholic fermentation.
After malolactic fermentation the wine was transferred into a medium-size oack barrel and allowed to mature for about 24 months.
Our SFORZATO has spent 5 more months in bottles before selling.

Grape yield per hectare: 55 ql
Wine / grapes yield: 50%
Bottles produced: 1107

MAIN FEATURES OF THE WINE
COLOR: Deep ruby red with orange highlights
PERFUMES: Ripe red fruit, spices and liquorice
TASTE: Dry, rich texture, round, long, slightly tannic
ALCOHOLIC CONTENT: 15,0 % by volume
TOTAL ACIDITY: 6,07 g/l
SUGAR: 1,3 g/100 ml
TOTAL DRY EXTRACT: 31,8 g/l
TASTING TEMPERATURE: 16-18 °C
FOOD MATCHES: Roasted red meat, game, mature cheese

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About us

Company details

LE STRIE winery is a wery small, family-run farm, dedicated to producing high quality wines in very small numbers: the average production is about 7500 bottles per year.

There are four of us: Luciana, Marisa, Paolo and Stefano and we grow directly our vineyard which is a bit more than one hectar wide.

Most of the grapes comes from our vineyards and we buy only a small amount of them.

We promote and sell directly our wines.

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