A glass that leads you to the hills of Castell’Arquato, with its fruity notes and its balanced flavour between acidity and softness.
Designation: Colli Piacentini D.O.C. Monterosso
Grapes: Malvasia of Candia and Moscato 50%, Trebbiano romagnolo and Ortrugo 50%
Yield: 55/60 hl/ha
Vinification technique: Soft grapes squeezing and controlled temperature fermentation
Refinement: In steel and in bottle
Colour: Pale yellow
Scent: Slightly aromatic, fruity
Taste: Lively, dry, balance between acidity and softness
Produced bottles: 12000
Suggested pairings: Lively Monterosso Val d’Arda is the typical white wine of the Arda and Chiavenna valleys. This fruity and semi-dry white goes well with aged and savoury cheeses, freshwater fish, and white meats, as well as delicate appetizers and light soups.
Service: Serve at 10°C