Sannio Bianco 2017 – Antica Masseria Vendittiby Valentino Minotti
ORGANIC EXAMINATION: pale straw-yellow color with greenish reflections when young, with good fluidity, it has an intense and persistent nose, fine, fragrant, fruity, herbaceous; with hints of bread crust, pineapple, banana and passiflora. On the palate, it is dry, with good acidity and sapidity, soft, full-bodied, intense and persistent, fine.
Sannio Bianco 2017 – Antica Masseria Venditti
GRAPES: Grieco di Castelvenere and “Cerreto”, typical local indigenous clones
VINEYARD OF ORIGIN: directly owned property, 2100/2500 vines per hectare; 15/20 buds per fruit per tree; 4 / 6kg of average grape production per vine; altitude 120/150 m / asl;
TRAINING: hanging curtain
HARVEST: second half of September carried out manually
VINIFICATION: immediate separation of the must from the marc by soft pressing and static defecation
MATURATION: cold decanting and decanting, wine stabilization by microfiltration and cold tartaric stabilization
AGING: in bottle
NOTES: wine obtained with organic farming grapes certified by ICEA
The Antica Masseria Venditti has always cultivated its own vines, vinified its own grapes and refined its wines, with love, with passion. The name of the winery derives from the family residence of 1595. Probably built on the foundations of a convent of Benedictine monks dedicated to the production of foodstuffs to supply the abbeys of the territory. The greatest production was reserved for wine, a precious and indispensable good. The grapes are certified organic demonstrating a strong love and respect for the territory. Wines with personality, clear and frank. Surely to be tried by both newcomers and fans who probably already know this important reality.