Pronunciation of Erbaluce “Air-bah-loo-chay”


Grape Varietal: Erbaluce
Pronunciation: “Air-bah-loo-chay”
Tasting Notes: Dry, balance of citrus fruits with a lingering velvet finish
Food Pairing: Antipasta, delicate starters, fish, white meat, shellfish
Serving Notes: 10-12C
Grape History: The Roman Emperors favored this ancient heirloom grape.
Harvest: Late September
Vinification: Fermentation at a controlled temperature of 16C
Aging: 6 months in stainless steel tanks in contact with lees
Bottling: During spring, with waning moon.
Alcoholic Content: 12-12.5% by volume
Sugar: ≤ 5 g/l
Total Acidity: 6,0 g/l
Location: Nearby the village of Cuceglio, North Torino
Altitude: 370 m above sea level
Soil: Acid, rocky
Density: 1200-1300 plants per Ha
Trimming Technique: Traditional, handmade
Structure: Pergola Canavese


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