Valle di Cembra (TN)
Exposure and altitude
East, South, West; 450-500 m ASL
Silty-sandy, of porphyric origin mainly originated from fluvioglacial deposits
Guyot; simple Trentino split pergola
Manual harvesting in mid September; whole cluster pressing; static decantation of the must; fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks; ageing on the lees for about 4/5 months before bottling
The Chardonnay grape variety has been cultivated in Trentino from the beginning of the 20th century. Its almost 100-year-long presence on the terraced vineyards of Valle di Cembra makes this vine an integral part of the local viniculture.
The Cembra Chardonnay has a bright straw-yellow colour, and an elegant aroma with a delicate sensation of citrus fruits. Balanced and fresh on the palate, with a long-lasting sapid finish.