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ALMA VINEYARDS SOC. AGR. a R.L. Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti

Piazza Martiri Della Liberta' 25, 27045 Casteggio (PV)
Italy

Telephone +39 0366 9342912
Fax +39 02 95441691
info@almawines.com

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  • Hall 16 / H50
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Martina Gozzi

Our range of products

Our products

Product category: Toscana

Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti- "Selachus" Sangiovese - Cabernet Sauvignon Toscana IGT

Grape Varietal: 80 % Sangiovese, 20 % Cabernet Sauvignon

Vineyards: Ruppiano, in the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga, near Siena, in the Chianti Classico area

Average age of the vines: 25 years

Soil: clay-limestone with sand

Harvest Period: end of September, manual harvest

Vinification: fermentation , maceration for 15 days at a maximum temperature of 28° C. After the malolactic fermentation, the wine is put in barrels with about 10% of new wood

Alcohol Content: 13 % by vol.

Residual Sugar: 5 grams per liter

Color: ruby red

Aroma: ripe fruit, vanilla and liquorice

Palate: silky tannins, good structure with an elegant finish

Food Suggestions: meats, tagliatelle with mushrooms, game

Serving Temperature: 17° C / 63° F

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Product category: Toscana

Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti - Chianti Classico DOCG

Grape Varietal: Sangiovese 100%

Vineyards: Castelnuovo Berardenga, Siena. In the heart of the Chianti Classico region

Average age of the vines: 25/40 years

Soil: calcareous with marl

Harvest Period: from September, 25th to October, 10th

Vinification: cold maceration of the grapes for 48 hours followed by fermentation and maceration for 10 days in stainless steel with daily pumping. After malolactic fermentation, 9 months of aging in oak barrels

Alcohol Content: 13-13.5% by vol.

Residual Sugar: 3 grams per liter

Color: intense, limpid red

Aroma: floral (dried flowers and violet), fruity (blueberry and plum) with a spicy and vanilla final

Palate: full-bodied, soft tannins, long finish

Food Suggestions: fresh pasta with game sauce, stewed meats and medium-aged cheese

Serving Temperature: 17° C/ 63° F

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Product category: Toscana

Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti - Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Astorre Noti extra virgin olive oil comes from our own olive orchard in Ruppiano, Castelnuovo Berardenga; in the heart of the Chianti Classico region of Tuscany.

Our olives are cultivated with knowledge and respect for the tree and the growing environment. This consideration allows us to produce an oil of unique excellence that reflects the best qualities of its land of origin.

The indigenous Tuscan varieties grown are: Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino, which give the final product the distinctiveness and sophistication of a great Tuscan oil.

The olive harvest takes place from late October to late November depending on the year and ripening times. Olives are exclusively hand-picked, then sent to the press for immediate processing in order to avoid oxidation and to preserve their organoleptic characteristics.

The oil is obtained through extraction with a mechanical press at a cool, controlled temperature. Much care is taken to avoid any contact with oxygen. Then, it is immediately filtered and stored in stainless steel containers to protect it from light and air.

 

CHARACTERISTICS:

Appearance: clear, with a beautiful green color and golden highlights.

Aroma: intense, rich, with pleasant fragrance of herbs and a certain spiciness.

Palate: full, intense, and powerful, with hints of fresh-cut grass; slightly bitter, and a decidedly spicy finish.

Composition: Frantoio 85%, Moraiolo 10%, Leccino 5%

 

FOOD SUGGESTIONS:

Classic Tuscan bruschetta, Chianina beef carpaccio, fish carpaccio, vegetable soups, grilled red meat, wild game, soft and aged cheeses.

Available in 250 ml

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About us

Company details

Fattoria di Ruppiano Astorre Noti

The name of Tuscany is synonymous with wine and olive oil worldwide, Tuscany is Italy’s most famous wine production region thanks to Sangiovese grapes, the most prominent, and many others; Sangiovese is the backbone of Chianti, the most popular red Italian wine in the world.

Tuscany also reminds us of one of the most fascinating and romantic places in the world.

For those and many other reasons, for the love for this region, Tuscany has been elected as the first production site where to begin cultivating grapes and olives “under the Tuscan sun”.
Our Tuscan agriculture estate Fattoria Di Ruppiano is situated in Castelnuovo Berardenga, in the heart of the Chianti Classico region, where we are registered with the “Consorzio Vino Chianti Classico Gallo Nero”.

The Ruppiano property is comprised of 32 acres of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards and a fully operative cellar. It truly is the heart of Alma Wines’ production in Italy.

It allows us to follow all of our production “on the ground.”
This includes everything from growing new “crus” to optimizing the existing production of wines arriving from other growers throughout the country. This new venture represents the deepest roots of Alma Wines, literally and figuratively, allowing us to stay close to production and ensure the upmost quality of every single wine we bottle before distributing them around the world.

It also comprises a cultivation of olive trees (Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino) that allows us to produce our high quality extra virgin olive oil.

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