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Grapes: Grechetto and Sauvignon

Area of production: hilly slopes at 350m above sea level, south, south/westerly exposure

Name of the Cru: Orzalume

Type of soil: loam, sand and clay

Training system: Spur cordon with 8/10 buds

Yield per hectare: Max 80 q/ht

Harvest: Mid to End of September.

Vinification: Each variety is harvested separately and immediately brought to the winery for the vinification process. The alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, follow by French oak casks of 225 lt.

Ageing and affination: Each variety is kept in small casks during the alcoholic and MLF fermentation. A 5 months sur lees time will take place, to improve flavours and structure. After the blend the wine undertakes at least 4 months of affination in bottles before it is released to the market

Colour: yellow straw with golden highlights

Nose: intense and deep with mature yellow pulp fruits notes, vanilla scent, spices and a smoky touch.

Taste: harmonious, fresh, with a pleasant progression along the palate and a long fruity finish.

Best with: Asian cuisine, Indian curry based on white meat and fish. Rich sauces pasta, semi mature cheeses.

Castello di Corbara, 'Orzalume' IGT, 2017

SKU: 12110_2017
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