Harvesting is done exclusively by hand during the first weeks of September when the grapes are the ripest. After a soft pressing of the grapes, vinification, and fermentation occurs at a controlled temperature. In the first stage of vinification, the wine is decanted in stainless steel for 48-hours at a controlled temperature. Afterward, alcoholic fermentation and subsequent wood refining take place for 4-months. A short wood aging provides delicate tertiary aromas, leaving room for the freshness and vivacity typical of the Vernaccia di San Gimignano varietal. Bottle aging takes at least 2- months.
Mille Colori della Marronaia was inspired by the many different facets of life – the energy, the joy, and the passion. It is the first wine entirely inspired and produced by Pietro and Corrado.
Visual Analysis: bright straw yellow with slight green reflections
Olfactory Analysis: a varied bouquet of acacia, jasmine, and citrus flowers intertwine with fragrant mineral notes.
Taste Analysis: soft and fresh with a gentle and lingering finish
Suitable for a pleasant aperitif, as well as light white meat, fish, pasta with vegetables, and fresh cheeses. It should be served at 13˚C/55˚F.