SUPREMATISM Castel del Monte Bombino nero DOCG 2018/2019
Wine Notes:Suprematism is the very first DOCG branded Italian rosé wine. Freshness and a soft velvety taste are the distinctive characteristics for a versatile and delicate wine, intriguing and attractive; a supreme and unique colour completes the identity. Color:lightly pink with a purple reflection. Nose:extroverts, fresh with a delicate cherry fragrance. Taste:harmonic, rounded, clear acidity, great sapidity for a moderate alcoholic content.
Food Match:great for fish dishes in general, ideal with sea food, smoked salmon or with white meat. Its freshness and delicacy are enhanced served as aperitif or as ingredient to create cocktails. It is a wine particularly enjoyable by the young public, excellent for parties, jam sessions, in the lounge bar or during a relaxing night in a pub. Serving T°:8°-10°CAlcohol:12% vol. Analytical Data:pH: 3.40, Total acidity: 5,65 g/lResidual Sugar:1,3 g/l, SO2 total: 110 g/l
AWARDS Decanter Asia Wine Awards (2014): Commended medal Sakura International Japan Women Wine Awards (2014): Double Gold Medal and Best Accompanying Wine for Sushi Vinitaly International Packaging Competition (2014): Silver Label The Tasting Panel (2015): 90/100 Bibenda (2016): 3 grapes out of 5 Robert Parker (2016): 88/100 Luca Maroni (2018): 90/100 Luca Maroni (2019): 90/100 Bibenda (2019): 4 grappoli
Designation:Castel del Monte Bombino Nero DOCG. Grape Variety:100% Bombino Black. Altitude:300 mt a.s.l. Viticultural Area:Castel del Monte hills in the territory of Andria and Minervino Murge, northern side of Castel del Monte DOCG zone. Soil:rocky. Growing Method:vertical shoot positioning (VSP), cordon spur. Density:4500 plants/ha. Yield per hectare:10,00 T/ha. Vinification Process:the skins are kept in contact with the juice for 12 hours at 10 °C in stainless tanks. Then the must is drained off without pressing. Fermentation continues in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature (14°-15°C), for 12 days. Maturation:6 months in stainless steel tanks on the fine lees and then in the bottle.