Sartago bianco was born from the desire to want to produce a traditional wine, using only native vines, to recover flavors and sensations long gone. The strenuous recovery of a vineyard planted in 1970, and the sandy hills that have always hosted it, have produced a wine destined to last. The vines used are mainly the Grechetto and the Tuscan Trebbiano. Austere color, golden yellow. The nose reveals hints of honey and cinnamon, in the mouth it is fresh and structured at the same time. Not immediate wine which, thanks to its versatility, conquers sip by sip. The expression of the belonging of this wine to its land is completed figuratively in the collaboration with Andrea Pinchi, an Umbrian artist who has reinterpreted his heart-arrow in a chalice immersed in a matile-colored background, sandy soil of the Sartago hills. 


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SKU: SARTAGO Category:

Technical description

Sales name: Vino bianco Umbria IGP - Italy

Grape variety: Grechetto, Trebbiano toscano, Malvasia, Drupeggio

Altitude: 300 MSLM

Training system: Double inverted (guyot derivation)

Year of planting of the vineyard: 1970

Average density per hectare: 1500 stumps

Yield per hectare of grapes: 40 Q.LI

Land: Sandy

Harvest period: first half of September

Average annual production: 2000 bottles

Vinification: contact with the skins for 1 day at uncontrolled temperature

Fermentation: in steel tanks

Aging: on fine lees for at least 6 months, 25% ages in barriques with very light toasting

Bottling: after 10 months from the harvest

Start of marketing: after 8 months from bottling

Alcohol: 12.5

Net quantity: 0,75 lt

Allergens: contains sulphites

Tasting description

Color: straw yellow with golden shades

Aromas: yellow apple, floral (jasmine and hydrangea), herbaceous especially on the finish with a pleasant nuance given by the harvest period

Taste: in the mouth it is fresh, acid with an excellent flavor given by the soil

Pairings: fresh and medium-aged cheeses (the freshness given by the acidity contrasts the intrinsic sweetness of the cheese), lean appetizers based on fish or white meat, fish and white meat