Az. Agr. Rinaldi Vini

Via Roma, 31, 15010 Ricaldone (AL)
Italy
Telephone +39 144 74144
Fax +39 144 745856
info@rinaldivini.com

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Exhibitor Categories

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  • 02.01  Europe

Europe

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  • 02.02  Asia

Asia

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  • 02.03  USA

USA

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  • 02.04  Northern and Central America

Northern and Central America

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  • 02.05  South America

South America

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.13  Piemont

Our products

Product category: Piemont

Pink!

GRAPE VARIETY: 90% Moscato 10% Brachetto
ZONE OF PRODUCTION: Ricaldone’s territory on the hills called ‘Bricco Rioglio’ and ‘Valmorana’ and 'Celle'.
AVERAGE ALTITUDE: 280 m above sea level.
SOIL: calcareous soil with tufa layers.
TRAINING SYSTEM: guyot with a cultivation density of about 3500 vines per hectare.
VINIFICATION: manual harvest into crates, usually at the first week of September. Temperature controlled maceration for about 24 hours with mechanic plunging of the cap and pumping over to extract a slight rosé color from the skins. Soft pressing. Settling in steel vats to have a natural clearing of musts. Further temperature and pressure controlled fermentation.
SENSORIAL DESCRIPTION: this wine, with light rosé color, strikes for its scent of spices and fruits. Its acid freshness suits its sweetness and offers a well balanced wine.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: aperitif wine, fruit cakes, fruit salad. Wine for brunch or poolside. To best appreciate this wine serve it fresh.

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Product category: Piemont

Piemonte DOC Bonarda

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Piedmontese Bonarda
ZONE OF PRODUCTION: Ricaldone's territory on the hills called 'Rioglio'.
ALTITUDE OF VINEYARDS: 210 m above sea level.
AVERAGE AGE OF VINEYARDS: 12 years.
SOIL: calcareous land with tufa layers.
TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot with a cultivation density of 3500 vines per hectare.
VINIFICATION: manual harvest into crates. Pressing and raspings of grapes. Controlled temperature fermentation with adding of selected ferments. Plunging of the cap and pumping over to increase the extraction of substances from the skins. After many rackings the wine has a second fermentation with added yeast and become sparlding. Then the wine is bottled. The harvest time is usually at the third week of September.
COLOUR: intense ruby red with violet reflections.
BOUQUET: intense, vinous with fruit scent (blackberry, strawberry, cherry, raspberry).
FLAVOUR: sparlding, dry.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18 C°.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: meat and cheese. Try this wine cold in summer! Enjoy!!

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Product category: Piemont

Dolcetto d'Acquí doc - "Bricco Cardogno"

GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Dolcetto d'Acqui.
ZONE OF PRODUCTION: Ricaldone's territory on the hills called 'Bricco Cardogno'.
ALTITUDE OF VINEYARDS: 290 m above sea level .
AVERAGE AGE OF VINEYARDS: 50 years.
SOIL: calcareous land with tufa layers .
TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot with a cultivation density of 3500 vines per hectare.
VINIFICATION: manual harvest into crates. Pressing and raspings of grapes. Controlled temperature fermentation with adding of selected ferments. Plunging of the cap and pumping over to increase the extraction of substances from skins. After many rackings and a natural stabilization the wine is bottled. The harvest time is usually at the second week of September.
COLOUR: intense ruby red with violet reflections.
BOUQUET: intense, vinous with fruit scent (blackberry, strawberry, cherry, raspberry).
FLAVOUR: pleasantly bitter with an almond aftertaste.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18 C°
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: meat and cheese.

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About us

Company details

Ricaldone is a small village placed on the hills of High Monferrato. Its roots are to be found when Longobardi conquered the Pianum Padana. Its name, "Ricaldone" is composed by "Runcus" (bush, land to till) and Aid (the name of the German chief of the military group that conquered the area). So Runcus Aldonis from wich Ricaldone. The area was named "Bush Aldo". Vineyards are a peculiar part of the landscape thanks to a good combination of soil and climate, characteristics that allows the cultivation of different kind of grapes. The cultivation of grapevine has always been at the bottom of the local economy with the result that in the XV Century's there were statutes with sentences for people stealing or cutting grape. Our village is also proud to have given birth to a contemporary poet and singer, named Luigi Tenco whose modal remains are here buried. Today you can visit the Luigi Tenco Museum, where it is possible to listen records, see pictures and read texts taht have the goal to keep alive the myth of this Ricaldonese song writer and singer. Every year, on the last week of July, there is the musical event dedicated to Luigi Tenco named "Isola in collina" (Island on the Hill).

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