Terre di Pietra DieciCentoMille Rosso
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Region: Veneto, Italy
Viticulture: Practicing Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Molinara
Terre di Pietra DieciCentoMille Rosso is a natty chillable red made from Molinara. Soft and aromatic red fruits, quince, fresh floral, and subtle spice. Light-bodied and low in alcohol. Native yeast fermentation of organic grapes. Bottled unfined and unfiltered with a trace of sulfur addition.
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Red Berries, Strawberry
Fruity & Dry
Cool Red and Orange (58°–62°)
Very Low Sulfur (less than 20mg/L)
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Terre di Pietra DieciCentoMille Rosso
Terre di Pietra DieciCentoMille Rosso is a natty chillable red made from Molinara. Molinara is a light-bodied Italian red grape that is used as a minor blending partner in Valpolicella, Bardolino, and IGT Veneto wines to bring acidity and aromatics. Soft and aromatic red fruits, quince, fresh floral, and subtle spice, Light-bodied and low in alcohol. Native yeast fermentation of organic grapes. Bottled unfined and unfiltered with a trace of sulfur addition.
About Terre di Pietra
Terre di Pietra was born from the will of Laura who in 2005, at the age of 25, produced her first wine, helped by her husband, Cristiano, and her father-in-law, who left her a garage for the first vinifications, in Torbe di Negrar. In 2010 the construction of the winery in Marcellise began, from which the first spontaneous fermentation wine came out in 2011. The approach to viticulture as naturally as possible comes from its own tradition and culture, so from the outset, no products are used. Synthesis. The vineyards are located in two different areas: in Marcellise, in the new area of Valpolicella, east of Verona, on a hill about 250 meters above sea level, where the cellar is also located. And in Torbe di Negrar, in the classic area of Valpolicella, north of Verona, on a high hill, between 450 and 600 meters above sea level. The vines planted are clearly Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, and Molinara with a few rows of Croatina, a little ‘di Garganega, and Marselan: curious and unusual experiment, French grape variety resulting from a cross between Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon. Since 2013, all wines are spontaneously fermented and no chemical corrective agents have been used except the use of sulfur dioxide and filtrations. The journey started with Laura continuing courageously and stubbornly by her husband Cristiano, helped by her two daughters, Anna and Alice, after Laura’s untimely death in 2017. Cristiano is increasingly playing the game with the production of a completely natural wine, by removing sulfurs and filtering the wines less and less, while maintaining a good quality standard, for fine and elegant wines, which have a great heart, because they only have the name of stone.