SANGUE DI GIUDA DOC "ORTO DELLE FRAGOLE"
Sweet Sparkling Red Wine
Diana vineyards are in Oltrepò Pavese, stretched along the ridge of the hills that separate the valley Scuropasso from Val Versa, located on the 45th parallel axis where all the world’s largest wine-producing areas are located and for this reason in this area more than 60% of the wine from Lombardy is produced; specifically, this area is famous for the largest productions of Pinot Noir, Bonarda and Riesling.
Oltrepò Pavese is the third Italian denomination per hectare in production and the first national area when it comes to the production of the Pinot Noir.
In the country of Castana, the soil is sandy limestone, the slopes are sunny, exposed to constant ventilation and characterised by a seasonal trend with large temperature variations between day and night, the best conditions for maturing of healthy grapes, asking few treatments and naturally turns into a great wine. The wines have been appreciated very much: in 2013 our Sangue di Giuda “ have obtained the first prize in the international competition of Lubiana. Wine is the goal for which you have worked all year waiting for the new season is translated into a new harvest. Our best wines are aged in wood barrels kept in a restored 1600 century cellar brought to its original splendour.
Wine Appellation: SANGUE DI GIUDA DOC
Grape variety: Croatina, Barbera and Uva Rara.
Production Area: Oltrepò Pavese
"ORTO DELLE FRAGOLE" or Strawberries orchard, owes its name from the scent of this magnificent spring fruit.
Fresh to the nose with lingering intensity on the palate and a lively cleanness with the typical sweetness of this wine variety. Lovable for the rapidity with which conquer even the most sceptical palates which soon becomes passionate. This type of wine can be produced only in a limited area of Oltrepò Pavese with three typical grapes of the area: Croatina, Barbera and Uva Rara.
Production Technique: The wine is made from hand-picked grapes in the vineyards of “La Zona Della Guerra, and the Pradello Valley”. Immediately after crushing the must is filtered with a burlap filters sack, the method used in the last century. Drop by drop, the wine is gently treated to ensure it keeps its scents according to the winemaking tradition.
Serving temperatures: It should be served preferably very cold.
Pairings: Great with dessert or as a meditation wine, sipping after a meal.
Alcohol content: 8% vol
Allergy Advice: Contains sulphites.
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