Prosecco Doc Rosé Treviso Millesimato
The new born in the Prosecco D.O.C. family
11,50% Sulphur dioxide
95 mg/l Sugar content
8 gr/l Type
Brut Sparkling Wine
The birth of the Rosè version of Prosecco Doc Treviso, opens to the use of Pinot Noir vinified in red, a practice that gives the sparkling wine a characteristic pink color and enriches it with more evolved fruity and floral scents. The name Tor Sè comes from the encounter between Tordera and Rosè, a new combination that unites Glera, which has always been the identity of La Tordera, and the Pinot Nero variety that characterizes the production of this sparkling wine.
Municipality of Vidor, in front of the winery.Size of vineyard
125 m a.s.l.Type of soil
Evolved soil containing alluvial clay.Slope and location
Flat area.Training system
Glera 150 q/Ha - Pinot noir 135 q/HaVinification
Separate for the two different harvesting periods. Glera grapes are vinified in white by soft pressing, static decantation of the must. Fermentation is carried out with selected yeasts at a controlled temperature. The Pinot Noir grapes are de-stemmed and pressed, vinified with cold pre-fermentation maceration. The must obtained is fermented in contact with the skins at a controlled temperature. Assembly of Glera and Pinot Noir and maintenance on the yeasts at 10 ° C until a new loading in the autoclave for the second fermentation.Second fermentation
At least 60 days in contact with the yeasts.
Floral notes of rose and fruity peach.Flavour
It is a wine with an excellent balance between fruit and acidity, good intense aromatic persistence.Pairings
Suitable for aperitifs, with finger food and fried food such as arancini or with tempura.Serving Temperature
Serve at 6-7 ° C.Glass
Large cup to the release aromas.Storage
Store in a dark, dry place at a maximum temperature of 18°C.
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