Colli d’Imola (BO) – Romagna
Land Features and Plant
Land formed by alluvial clays
The vineyards are 10 years old, with a density of 5,500 plants per hectare.
The yield per hectare is 90 quintals
White vinification without maceration at a controlled temperature of 15-18 ° with the addition of a small part of peels and subsequent slow maceration
Denomination and vintage
Colli d’Imola Chardonnay DOP
Harvest and Aging period
Harvest in the middle – end of August
Vinified in steel tanks
Aged successively in steel tanks for 6 months. Then in the bottle for another 2 months.
Service Format and Temperature
Optimal served at 10 ° C
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SELEZIONE INTERNAZIONALE VINI DA PESCE
2013 diploma of Merit
VINO DEL TRIBUNO
2014- 2016-2017 certificate of Gran Merito
Maleto - Colli d'Imola Chardonnay DOP
Maleto is produced by the harvest of Chardonnay grapes, which is usually performed in the second half of August.
The grapes are exclusively grown into the vineyards of the property “Palazzona di Maggio”, into the DOC Colli di Imola region.
The making involves no maceration and the fermentation takes place into temperature-controlled stainless steel containers, at about 15-18° C. The wine is frequently poured in order to prevent malolactic fermentation.
A 5% quote of skins is added for the slow maceration, only in the best vintages.
Tasting notes and food pairing - Colli d'Imola Chardonnay DOP
Color: shiny yellowish color, tending to gold.
Aromas: rich bouquet of green apple, pineapple, pear, acacia and wildflowers, hay and a light hint of hawthorn.
Taste: balanced, with good acidity. Structured with a clean and sapid ending.
Pairing: fish or vegetable courses. Pasta with white meat sauces.