This is the Prince amongst the wines we produce. We’ve been producing Bardolino since 2002, and we always wait at least 18 months after the grape harvest before putting it on the market. This allows for the correct re nement process, first in steel and afterwards in bottles. Over the years our Bardolino has progressively ensured long life while maintaining and developing it’s original characteristics. This permits us to have 2 or 3 different years on the market simultaneously, giving rise in recent years to vertical Bardolino tasting.
Yields per hectare (ql/ha)90%
|Grapes types||Corvina, Rondinella|
|Soil||Glacial (morainal) , gravelly, calcareous and alluvial|
|Altitude||100 metres above sea level|
|Yields per hectare||90 ql/ha|
|Curing of the Vines||
Special attention paid to caring for the young plants in the months before darkening, the yield is assessed before harvesting. The grapes are selected based on their maturation components
Mid September, beginning October;
The grapes are picked by hand and placed
Separate vini cation for each grape variety, hand-picked at phenolic maturity. Fermentation at a controlled temperature of 26°C which is followed by a brief maceration. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation.
In stainless steel vats for 15 months and
Colour: intense ruby
Food matching: risottos, meat, tortellini, cheese, dumplings, fish, chestnuts and mushrooms