Robb de Matt Ossigeno
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Region: Campania, Italy
Grape varieties: 80% Falanghina, 20% Coda di Pecora
Robb de Matt Ossigeno is an orange wine from Falanghina and Coda di Pecora grapes with 7 days of maceration. Funky and fun dried citrus and orchard fruit.
Song: Give It to Me by Homeshake
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Robb de Matt Ossigeno
Robb de Matt Ossigeno is an orange wine produced from Falanghina and Coda di Pecora grapes with 7 days of maceration. Funky and fun dried citrus and orchard fruit.
About Robb de Matt Winery
Robb De Matt Winery was born in Foglianise, in the province of Benevento, Campania. It produces natural wines following an artisanal process: the grapes ferment spontaneously in prolonged contact with the skins, and different types are vinified together giving life to mixed varieties. No temperature control, use of indigenous yeasts, no filtration, no oenological additives.
The grapes, all hand-picked, ferment in open-contact vats with prolonged contact with skins and without temperature control. The vines
of their plots are of at least 20 years, treated only with sulfur and copper, and identified and selected in different areas of the Taburno.
As per peasant tradition, their wines are often mixed varieties and vinified together. Fermentations are spontaneous, activated by indigenous yeasts present on grapes without the use of adjuvants or oenological additives, therefore using only indigenous yeasts and bacteria, totally excluding selected yeasts, clarifications or stabilizations. No filtration and no addition of sulfur dioxide, nor
in the phase of vinification and bottling. The wines, after only one racking and months of permanence in glass or steel contact with the fine lees, are bottled manually. These wines are true gems of Campania.