Wine Detail

Rosato Lagrein Brut

Wine name:Rosato Lagrein Brut

Appellation:ROSATO VSQ

Zone:Commune of Trento, Trentino Alto Adige

Blend:100% Lagrein

Vineyard age (year of planting):Lagrein 1980,1995

Soil Type: Soils of alluvial origin

Exposure:West, altitude

Altitude:200 meters above sea level

Colour:Pink tending to garnet.

Nose:Fruity with a violet note.

Flavour:Fresh, delicately fruity with cherry, strawberry and berry notes. Slight almond finish.

Serving temperature (°C):8-10

Match with:Excellent as an aperitif, perfect with raw fish and charcuterie.

Average no. bottles/year:24,000

Grape yield per hectare tons:10

Notes:

The classification of this wine is VSQ (Vino Spumante di Qualità - quality sparkling wine).

Vine training systems: Traditional Pergola Trentina. Residual sugar: 0.8-1.2 grams/litre

Vinification and ageing

The crushed clusters are pumped into the fermentation vat where the fermentation takes place with maceration with the skins at a controlled temperature. As soon as the cap rises, the wine is racked off. The vinification process continues in stainless steel vessels with temperature control. The wine riferments for 40 days in autoclave with the addition of sugar and adjuvant substances. Refrigeration and filtration are followed by sterile bottling. Finishing in the bottle for at least 3 months is mandatory.

Wine Producer

CANTINE UMBERTO BORTOLOTTI

Website:http://www.bortolotti.com

Address:Via Arcane, 6 31049 Valdobbiadene TV

Owner:Bruno and Emanuela Bortolotti

Year of establishment:1947

Total annual production:900000

Total vineyard extension (hectares):65

Planted varietals and extension (hectares):0ha Chardonnay 0ha Glera (previously called Prosecco) 0ha Perera 0ha Pinot bianco 0ha Verdiso

Vine training system:
Double inverted training system "Cappuccina" 80%
Guyot
sylvoz

Type of viticulture:integrated/sustainable

Harvest period:From mid September to beginning of October

Oenologist:Enrico Baratto and Marika Zanatta

History

It was not easy to find a Prosecco that could satisfy our requirements, but finally we came in contact with Cantine Umberto Bortolotti and the wines are a great addition to our portfolio. The average production, although approximately 900.000 bottles a year, is by no means large in comparison to other wineries in the Valdobbiadene area.
The Cantine was established in 1947 by Umberto Bortolotti who had a real passion for Prosecco; together with a group of friends he founded the “Consorzio di Tutela del Prosecco” (Consortium for the safeguarding of Prosecco), the Prosecco brotherhood and he also set up the National Fair of sparkling wines in 1963.
The cellars have been at their present location since 1954 and have recently been completely renovated. The business is now run with much enthusiasm by Umberto’s son Bruno together with his nephew Daniele and this winery is a perfect blend of extremely modern technology and respect for tradition. A small group of grape growers within the Valdobbiadene appellation has been carefully selected over the years, together with oenologist Enrico Baratto and Marika Zanatta today, ensuring that only grapes of the highest quality are vinified. All of the wines are made by the Charmat production method.
There are two main lines of wines; the Linea UB where the Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG is predominant along with a few other grape varieties and the Linea Codice Bortolotti that includes 3 millésimé sparkling wines.
Four DOCG single vineyard wines have recently been released: Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di Rolle “Piai Alto”, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di S. Stefano “Montagnole”, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di Col S. Martino “Vigneto Castel de Donà” and Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Vigneto Àltena. “Rive” means “steep hill” in local dialect. This indication on the label is only allowed for sparkling wines that represent the essence of the terroir they derive from. The wines are produced from vineyards located in a single village where the maximum allowed grape yield is reduced to 13 tons per hectare. The harvest from theses old vines has to be manual and the vintage must be shown on the label.

 

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