Bianco IGT Trevenezie
The Manzoni Bianco matures 18 months in barrels and tonneaux, while the Traminer rests in stainless steel. After the final blending, the wine receives a minimum of four months’ bottle-ageing.
As soon as the clusters are picked, they are brought to the cellar and cryomacerated for about eight hours at 5-8°C in order to extract the grape’s primary aromas. After pressing, cultured yeasts are added to the must, which then ferments some 10 days at 16-18°C.
Our land is a generous one, with a fine-textured, level landscape reaching from the hills to the sea, a countryside studded with vineyards inserted like so many tesserae in a noble mosaic. Our diverse nature creates an environment ideal for viticulture, which we have sub-divided according to exceptional qualities, whether aspect or soil composition. Those determined the stunning diversity of our estate vineyards, which in turn gifted us our three precious jewels. These three special-selection wines are authentic expressions of our land that combine immediate pleasure, majestic structure, and powerful cellarability.