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Tenuta L’Armonia Frizzi Pop


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Vintage: 2020
Region: Veneto, Italy
Viticulture: Organic and Biodynamic
Grape varieties:  Pinot Noir, Durella, Pinot Blanc

Tenuta L’Armonia Frizzi Pop is a dry, but soft and highly drinkable sparkling, sprinkled with white pepper, stone fruit, and fresh-cut herbs.

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About Tenuta L’Armonia Frizzi Pop

Tenuta L’Armonia Frizzi Pop is a dry, but soft and highly drinkable sparkling, sprinkled with white pepper notes and floral notes, fresh-cut herbs. Stone fruits, marmalade, dried red berries, and finishes easily with mineral notes.

Grapes are hand harvested and destemmed. The grapes are pressed and the Pinot and Durella ferment separately in stainless steel tanks where the temperature is controlled to keep the wine under 85 degrees. Vinification takes place over 8-10 months. The two varieties are blended and bottled when fermentation is finished, along with some frozen must from the same vintage to provide the sugar for the bottle fermentation to finish in bottle as a pet-nat. The wine is unfined, unfiltered, with zero SO2 added and it is not disgorged. The wine has a slightly pink/orange hue thanks to the soft pressing on the pinot noir, but it is not a macerated orange wine.

About Tenuta L’Armonia

From the Winery:

For us Armonia means a return to give an inseparable value between human beings and the nature that surrounds them. From this concept, we have built our company. We are first of all artisan winegrowers; we believe in knowledge in support of tradition. From day one, we wanted to make wines that represent the detection of different Terroir in the best Vicenza hills. We manage about 10 hectares of vineyards in organic viticulture, three of which are owned and the rest rented. The grounds are all very different from each other; volcanic on one side and clay-limestone on the other, arranged at different heights to allow the best grapes to ripen due to changes in temperature between day and night. These differences in the vineyards produce different results in the cellar and distinguish our two wine lines.