||500 m s.l.m., southern exposure, good ventilation. low humidity good thermal excursion
||Spalliera, spurred cordon. The plant is rustic and vigorous, it is not easily attacked by pathogenic agents and molds, it likes thermal swings so it prefers the inner hills, very sunny and fresh in the evening. the bunch is small and spatulate. the grapes are small, the skin is thick and the grapes are numerous on average 2/3 per grain, so the yield is low. Exposure to the south, the back wall, the hill microclimate and the hand of the producer allow the plant to express itself to the best of its kind. In addition, the careful work done on the vine to balance the vegetative aspect and the selection of the bushes still green so as to leave only the best exposed and vigorous lower the yield per hectare.
|Plants n. x hectare
||Approx. 6 treatments per year with sulfur and copper (natural stones only); no mushroom and pest problems do not use systemic treatments (which enter the lymphatic system of the plant); there is no irrigation.
|Yield x hectare
||DENSITY. OF PLANT: 4000 Stumps / Ha RESE FOR CEPPO: from 1.0 to 2.0 Kg per plant about RES to HA: on average the yield is 50 (2 / 11a but in special vintages they also collect only 35-40 Q / lia
||Manual harvest, mid-late October. Grape grapes pigmentation and traditional fermentation in red with peel maceration of 12 to 15 days at controlled temperature and daily replenishment. The only butter must be extracted and followed by spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
||It matures in steel tanks for 18/24 months, followed by aging in bottles for at least 3 months. FILTERS: No filtration is performed to avoid undressing wine and not to lose its typical characteristics
||Price Cianfagna Sator Gran Maestro Tintilia 2011 € 41.00