1427, SPUMANTE METODO CLASSICO DI RABOSO

Mushroom cork

1427, SPUMANTE METODO CLASSICO DI RABOSO Mushroom cork
Giol Italia
vino biologico vegano
  • Fine wines since 1427
  • Only organic wines since 1987
  • Only vegetarian and organic wines
  • No-added sulphites wines since 2009
  • Resistant vineyards since 2015
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Characteristics

Raboso is the oldest native red grape variety in the Republic of Venice and Giol is its longest-established producer, with production dating back to at least 1427. Over the centuries we have learnt all about this extraordinary grape, rich in acidity, tannins and the finest aromas, suitable for fermentation in the bottle and long ageing. It has a deep straw yellow colour, enhanced by very fine, lively persistent perlage. Typical of the best classic methods, its elegant refined bouquet recalls bread crust, with marked notes of cinnamon and spices. On the palate it is rich, flavoursome, enfolding, full-bodied and dry. Excellent as an aperitif and for important toasts, it goes excellently with sea fish, delicate, aromatic meat and also typical local cheese.

Technical details

Grape varieties Raboso
Year of planting 2002
Soil mostly medium texture, gravelly and stony, clayey
Vine spacing 2.80 x 1.00
Pruning sylvoz on espaliers
Yield/Hectare 10 t
Alcohol conten 12.00 % vol.
Residual sugar 0 g/l
Acidity 5.70 g/l
Ph 3,16
Pressure 5,6 bar

Vinification

The grapes are harvested by hand, selected and carefully pressed, the must separated from the skins immediately to prevent it colouring. White vinification with refrigeration of the must, static decantation in hyperoxidation and yeast inoculation. First fermentation at a controlled temperature of 14°C. Decanting and resting on noble lees until springtime; filtration and yeast inoculation, addition of sugar and bottling for refermentation in the bottle. The wine then underwent a lengthy resting period, over 40 months in the oldest, most picturesque and coolest of our cellars, before disgorging. To keep all the authentic nature and typical characteristics of Raboso, we preferred not to add any liqueur d’expedition, making this a “zero dosage” wine.