Emilia Bianco “Ageno” La Stoppa IGT 2011

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Triple A

The Ageno de La Stoppa is a white wine that pays homage to the old owner of the winery, who first believed in the potential of the Piacenza hills area and wanted to enhance it. We are faced with an orange wine, or a white vinified with a 30-day maceration on the skins, without the addition of either artificial yeast or sulfur dioxide. The Malvasia di Candia, Ortrugo and Trebbiano grapes compose, in different percentages, the texture of this incredible wine.

Producer: La Stoppa
Region: Emilia Romagna  
Appellation: Emilia IGT
Grape: malvasia di Candia aromatica 60%, ortrugo e trebbiano 40%
Type: dry white
Vintage: 2011
Color: Orange color
Bouquet: Olfactory notes are unusual and unpublished: unripe apple, black tea and spices, but also hazelnut and red berries
Taste: The taste is lively, crunchy and full of blueberries and currants in particular, with a finish that returns to the spicy clove
Pairings: excellent if paired with tasty and rich first courses
Serving temperature: 8/10 °C
Alcohol grade: 13.5%
Bottle content: 750 ml

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Triple A

“A” as Agricoltori (Farmers) – only those who cultivate the right vineyard can ‘establish a relationship between man and vine, and get a healthy and ripe grapes exclusively with natural agronomic interventions
“A” as Artigiani (Artisans) – we need “craft” methods and skills to implement a winemaking and winemaking process that does not change the original structure of the grapes, and does not alter that of the wine
“A” as Artisti (Artists) – only the “artistic” sensibility of a producer, respectful of his work and his ideas, can give life to a great wine where the characters of the territory and of the vine are found