An easy-drinking, scented wine. Straw yellow in colour with light green reflections. There are elegant aromas on the nose, with herbaceous and fresh fruit undertones. It is dry, supple, medium-bodied on the palate.
Food pairing: as a structured wine, it is best drunk with white meat, cured meats, seafood, and fresh cheese.
Serving temperature: 8-10°C
Aging: in bottle.
Colour: light straw yellow in the glass, with gold reflections.
Alcohol: about 12-13%.
Food and Drinks pairings Excellent as an aperitif and with traditional fish dishes
Colour: pale straw-yellow colour.
Perlage: elegant and persistent.
Taste: pleasantly fresh, with hints of fruit.
Service temperature: 8°C
COLOR: Straw yellow with hints of green.
NOSE: Notes of lily, magnolia, juniper, and linden are followed by ripe fruit and seductive herbaceous aromas.
PALATE: The alcoholic structure and freshness in this wine reward the wine lover with its drinkability and approachability. Its rich finish mirrors its aromas with great balance.
PAIRING: Seafood in general, particularly mollusks and shellfish.
Vegetables and soft cheeses.
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 11° C. (52° F.).
The Chardonnay grapes are vinified by the white method, with a gentle pressing.
A well structured wine with a strong character, with pale yellow colour and green tints, powerful and fruity bouquet, soft, fresh and pervasive flavour.
Wine with intense aromas of yellow fruits, grass and citrus on nose. Elegant, balanced and moderately structured. In the mouth it reinforces the sensations of fruit. Equipped with a pleasant acidity that makes it easy to drink.
Food pairing:best drunk with aperitifs or appetizers. It also goes with fish dishes like prawn and lobsters cocktails, or with light fish starters.
Serving temperature: 10 - 15°C
Winemaking/Aging: soft pressing, so as to preserve the floral, fruity taste of these grapes. Two weeks of controlled-temperature fermentation. Before bottling aged in steel tanks for three months.
Colour: light straw yellow, with green reflections.
Alcohol: 12 - 13 %
The idea of bringing a typically “northern” vine, such as Chardonnay, into Apulia, represented a great wine making challenge for our winery. The transfer required long years of experimentation; first in the vineyard, researching the correct stock and the most appropriate training system, and then, once the vine was acclimatised, in the wine cellar, to identify the right time to harvest and the most suitable system of wine-making. The results were certainly positive, thanks to the fact that on the hills of the Castel del Monte doc area, especially on calcareous-tufaceous soils, the Chardonnay vine has found a habitat which fosters its complete, correct maturation, exalting the variety character. The wine that has resulted, the Preludio n°1, is one of the most prestigious in our range of production.
The Selections: Well structured and aromatic, Marmorelle, Miraglio, Punta Aquila, Saturnino, these wines are designed for lovers of Salento and its tasty products. The organoleptic quality of the grapes, the soil and the climatic characteristics of the area are effectively expressed in the glass, full of energy and passion.
Colore: giallo paglierino tenue, solcato da delicate sfumature verdoline.
Olfatto: è caratterizzato da delicati ed avvolgenti profumi di frutta e di fiori, che si declinano in limpidi sentori di mango, banana,
pesca a polpa gialla, susina bianca, pompelmo, fiori di zagara e ginestra.Palato: morbido, perfettamente equilibrato e persistente, risulta sapido e minerale, con una rigogliosa componente di acidità che lo rende notevolmente brioso e piacevole.
Abbinamenti gastronomici: E’ il compagno ideale dell’insalata di mare tiepida, degli scampi lessi alle zeste di agrumi, di riso patate e cozze, delle tagliatelle con gamberi ed asparagi e degli spaghetti
con vongole e tartufi di mare. Delizioso con gli involtini di pesce spada alla brace, con la spigola al forno e con il pollo alla salvia e timo
This is a scented, easy-drinking white wine. Straw yellow in colour with light green hues. On the nose, it offers elegant fragrances with herbaceous undertones and aromas of fresh fruit. Dry, smooth and medium-bodied on the palate, it has a round, crisp taste with a quite persistent fruity and almond finish.
Food pairing: a structured wine, best drunk withwhite or cured meats, seafood, and fresh cheeses.
Serving temperature: 10-12 °C
Recommended glass: a medium tulip glass with an outward-flared rim, as it directs the wine to both sides of the mouth, where the crisp and savoury taste of young wines is best perceived.
Winemaking/Aging: soft pressing, so as to preserve the floral, fruity taste of these grapes. Two weeks of controlled-temperature fermentation, then in steel tanks to complete its maturation. Aged in Acacia barrels for three months. Bottling in February.
Colour: light straw yellow, with gold reflections.
Alcohol: about 12-13%.
Harvesting and wine-making: Grapes are picked up by hand and gently laid down into little airy crates, arriving as whole bunches at the winery. Once there, grapes are further selected using an advanced sorting table.
Bouquet: A well-balanced very aromatic wine delivering intense aromas of fresh flowers, tropical fruits with a subtle hint of vanilla.