Podere Sottolinoce Confine Vino Rosso Frizzante
2 in stock
Region: Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Grape variety: A blend of 12 varieties
Podere Sottolinoce Confine Vino Rosso Frizzante is clean and fresh, with a sizzling amount of grape tannins on the finish.
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2 in stock
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About Podere Sottolinoce Confine Vino Rosso Frizzante
Podere Sottolinoce Confine Vino Rosso Frizzante is fermented on the skins for four days, then transferred to ceramic tanks (called clayver) to age. There is no filtration or fining, and is made with very little sulfur. Nonetheless, it is clean and fresh. It is bottled with fresh grape must and the second fermentation occurs in the bottle. The wine is a dark but transparent pink color, it leaves you with a sizzling impression of tannin.
About Podere Sottolinoce
Podere Sottoilnoce is a winery started by Max Brondolo to sculpt new traditions of winemaking. His raw materials and his technique are drawn from the disappeared agricultural past, yet he finds observation and flexibility in viticulture essential in the future of wine. His home and vineyard are in Castelvetro di Modena, a long-inhabited village in the hills rising from the river Guerro outside of Modena. His vineyards draw on deep river-sediment soil and limestone. His wines are texturally involved joys, with grapes like Trebbiano di Spagna, Lambrusco Grasparossa, Uva Tosca, and others, only grown in these hills.
Max describes the aim of his work: “My dream would be to give you my land, the land where I am, by using traditional and maybe ancient and forgotten grapes tended in biodynamic harvested at full maturity, where my work is to try to blend them together in order that every one of them gives something to the glass.”