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Ca' Adua Gavi DOCG

Ca' Adua Gavi DOCG

First vintage product: 2000
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 250-290 m.
Kind of soil: Clay with stones
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 95 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Straw yellow colors with greenish reflections
Smell: Citrus, grapefruit, cut grass white flowers
Taste: Persistent and mineral

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Fontanassa Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi - Rovereto

Fontanassa Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi - Rovereto

First vintage product: 1988
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South, south-west, 290-330 m.
Kind of soil: Clay with stones
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 85 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Straw yellow colors with greenish reflections
Smell: hints of freshly cut grass, grapefruit, white melon, pear and almond, with hints of sage
Taste: Ample and complex even when young for the complete maturity of the grapes and for the lactic acid and the other components deriving from the malolactic fermentation

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Citu 1921 Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi - Rovereto

Citu 1921 Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi - Rovereto

First vintage product: 1991
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 330 m.
Kind of soil: Clay
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 75 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks and acacia tonneaux
Color: Intense yellow color with golden reflection
Smell: Fruit, pear, yellow peach, vanilla, almond, honey and ripe fruit.
Taste: Ample and complex

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Iha Ble Spumante Metodo Classico - Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi Millesimato

Iha Ble Spumante Metodo Classico - Gavi DOCG del Comune di Gavi Millesimato

First vintage product: 2010
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South, south-west, 290-330 m.
Kind of soil: Calcareous clay
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 90 quintals
Maturation in the bottle: 48 months on its own yeast
Remuage: Manual on wooden pupitres
Color: Straw yellow intense color with fine, elegant and persistent perlage
Smell: Bread crust with hints of butter
Taste: Very balance, fresh, and persistence, really a great expression of cortese grapes

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F Vino Spumante di Qualità Brut

F Vino Spumante di Qualità Brut

First vintage product: 2015
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South, south-west, 330 m.
Kind of soil: Clay
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: by hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 90 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Straw yellow color with elegant and persistent perlage.
Taste: The taste is very balance, fresh and persistent.

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Marin Colli Tortonesi Timorasso DOC

Marin Colli Tortonesi Timorasso DOC

First vintage product: 2013
Grapes: Timorasso
Exposition and altitude: South, south-est, 500-750 m.
Kind of soil: Calcareous clay
Method of production: Guyot 4000 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 50 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Medium intensity straw yellow color
Smell: has mineral hints that dissipate into chamomile, ripe plums, walnut and toasted almond in the final
Taste: Intense, long-lasting, constant, persistent, floral and fruity with a smooth, elegant warm sensation

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Cescko Monferrato DOC Dolcetto

Cescko Monferrato DOC Dolcetto

First vintage product: 1994
Grapes: Dolcetto, Nibiò clone
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 330 m.
Kind of soil: Clay
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 75 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Deep red color with purple reflections
Smell: Fruity taste of cherry, plum, blackberry and raspberry
Taste: Pretty body with evident but soft tannins

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Bricco San Carlo Monferrato Rosso DOC

Bricco San Carlo Monferrato Rosso DOC

First vintage product: 1998
Grapes: Merlot, Cabernet Franc
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 300 m.
Kind of soil: Clay
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks, French oak Tonneaux
Color: Rather intense color with slightly bitter amaranth tones
Smell: Intense aroma of ripe red fruit, especially raspberry and cherry, together with contained notes of vanilla
Taste: The palate is of excellent body with pleasant velvety tannins, with a sustained, balanced and persistent flavor

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Fontanassa Rosa Vino Rosato

Fontanassa Rosa Vino Rosato

First vintage product: 2009
Grapes: Dolcetto
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 250-290 m.
Kind of soil: Clay with stones
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes
Production per hectare: 85 quintals
Vinification and aging: Steel tanks
Color: Soft coral color
Smell: Intense and persistent flower bouquet, notes of wild strawberry, raspberry
Taste: Smooth and silky

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Testematte Vino Bianco Passito

Testematte Vino Bianco Passito

First vintage product: 2001
Grapes: Cortese
Exposition and altitude: South-west, 330 m.
Kind of soil: Argilloso
Method of production: Guyot 4300 plants per hectare
Harvest: By hand in boxes and natural withering on mats for 5 months long
Production per hectare: 30 quintals
Vinification and aging: steel tanks and wood barriques from allier

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15066 Gavi (AL) – Italy
Phone 0143 64.54.55
Mobile 338 6759527
info@fontanassa.com

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