Grape variety: 100% Candia aromatic Malvasia. Historic grape grown in a 35-year-old vineyard, located 350 meters above sea level, alongside the Ongina stream. Pruning is carried out in mid-August. The fog in the autumn mornings and the ideal climatic conditions allow the development of the "noble rot" in the plant.
Bottling analytical data: Alcohol 13.50% vol. - 500 ml Total acidity 5.9 g / l
Color: This late harvest wine with grapes molded by noble rot shows an intense yellow color with a golden hue, with amber nuances.
Smell: Intense nose, flavors of yellow fruit, especially dried apricot, followed by notes of saffron, dried figs, toasted almonds, marzipan.
Taste: Of great sweetness, never cloying thanks to the good final acidity. Persistent with light smoky hints.
Pairing: The proposed combinations are with biscuits and pastries, with soft cheeses and gorgonzola.
Serving temperature: 14-16 ° C