Bertani Due Uve Bianco 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Soave heisst eine kleine Stadt im Veneto mit rund 7000 Einwohnern. Sie liegt zwischen Verona und Vicenza. Weingeniesser kennen Soave aber auch als Wein, und zwar als einen der bekanntesten Weissweine Italiens. Die Weinkellerei Bertani ist im Jahr 1857 gegründet worden und befndet sich noch heute im Besitz der gleichen Familie. Ungefähr 200 ha Weinberge gehören der Winzerfamilie. Der Sereole von Bertani ist ein Soave mit einer ausgeprägten, unverwechselbaren Persönlichkeit. Er wird zu hundert Prozent aus der Gargànega-Traube gekeltert. Die Gargànega ist eine elegante autochthone Veroneser Rebsorte. Die Trauben wachsen und gedeihen in der klassischen Zone des Soave. Bei der Ernte ab Mitte Oktober sind die Trauben leicht überreif und reich an aromatischen Substanzen. Der Wein lagert einige Zeit im Holzfass, dies verleiht ihm Weichheit und Komplexität.

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Bertani:
Our wine has always been a reflection of the personality of the men and omen who have made, and continue today to make Bertani an unmistakable wine with its own unique features, and a strong temperament that is the result of our historic vocation and our authentic and innovative know-how

External Reviews for Bertani Due Uve Bianco

External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
02/11/2014

Located near Verona in the province of Veneto in northeast Italy, Casa Vinicola Bertani is one of the region’s most important and influential wine producers. Bertani produces a full spectrum of the classic wines of the Veneto and has enjoyed a reputation for quality from the start. Bertani was founded in 1857 by brothers Gaetano and Giovan Battista Bertani, prosperous wine merchants who believed that quality winemaking held the key to the future. The Bertanis invested their funds in buying some of the finest vineyards in the province and making their own wines. As a result, unlike most other local producers, Vinicola Bertani owns its own vineyards and so is able to oversee the entire winemaking cycle from start to finish. Bertani owns vineyards and cellars in the Valpantena as well as land in the Soave area and in the areas around Lake Garda. The company headquarters are in the original cellars in Grezzana, north-east of Verona, where the historic vineyards are still to be found and where the work of vinification, aging and bottling take place today. The name (pronounced Do-Ay OO-vay) means “two grapes,” which aptly describes this beguiling and innovative estate-bottled blend of Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Production Area Veneto, Italy Bertani estate vineyards located in the commune of Monteforte d’Alpone near the historic city of Verona. Grapes for this blend are grown in Bertani’s southeast-facing Ciusa vineyard, located at an altitude of 492 - 656 feet above sea level. The soil is of lava-basaltic origin. During the day, the vines benefit from the warmth of the sun; cool nights ensure an enhanced aroma. The vines are grown on a trellis system: spurring cordon, 4,000 vines per hectare for Pinot Grigio, and 8,000 vines a hectare for Sauvignon Blanc. Grape Varieties 50% Pinot Grigio and 50% Sauvignon Blanc Vinification Grapes are fermented separately at 68°F. The two wines are blended in January after harvest, transferred to Stainless Steel and remain on their lees until the summer. The Pinot Grigio gives structure and elegance, Sauvignon Blanc lends aroma and freshness. Color Pale straw, with lively green reflections Bouquet Assertive and well defined, with nuances of elderflower combined with hints of stone fruit Taste Medium-bodied and well-balanced flavors of peach, apricot and slight bell pepper Alcohol 12.5%


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

De Uve Bianco 2009 - 3+ Stars, Restaurant Wine/ ...Due Uve is a blend of Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon. It is fragrant, medium bodied, and crisp; a wine combining fruitiness (apple, lemon, lime) with light lemon grass overtones. Pinot Grigio & Sauvignon.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

Due Uve Bianco 2008 - Wine Spectator/ Light and fresh, showing gooseberry and mineral aromas and flavors, with slightly tart acidity.


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/20/2011

The name (pronounced Do-Ay OO-vay) means “two grapes,” which aptly describes this beguiling and innovative estate-bottled blend of Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Bertani is headquartered at the palatial neo-classical Villa Novare just north of Verona in Italy’s Veneto region. One of northeast Italy’s most prestigious wine producers, Bertani owns all its own vineyards from which it produces an array of estate-grown wines. Founded in 1857, this family-owned winery has enjoyed a reputation for quality from the start. Bertani Amarone is justly celebrated as a standard bearer for its category. Production Area Grapes for this blend are grown in Bertani’s southeast-facing Ciusa vineyard, located at an altitude of 150-200 meters above sea level. The soil is of lava-basaltic origin. During the day, the vines benefit from the warmth of the sun; cool nights will ensure an enhanced aroma. The vines are grown on a trellis system: spurring cordon, 4000 vines per hectare for Pinot Grigio, and 8000 vines a hectare for Sauvignon Blanc. Grape Varieties Pinot Grigio 50%; Sauvignon Blanc 50% Vinification The two varietals are vinified separately, a brief cold maceration for Sauvignon Blanc and pressing of the entire grape for Pinot Grigio. Normal fermentation is around 68°F. The two wines are then blended in January and the new wine then transferred to stainless steel containers, where it remains on its lees until early summer. The wine is then bottled and spends a further three months in Bertani’s cellars prior to release. Color Pale straw, with lively green reflections Bouquet Assertive and well-defined. Nuances of elderflower combined with hints of peach and apricot Taste Medium-bodied and well-balanced Alcohol 12.5%


External Review
Source: Palm Bay International
07/14/2013

Located near Verona in the province of Veneto in northeast Italy, Casa Vinicola Bertani is one of the region’s most important and influential wine producers. Bertani produces a full spectrum of the classic wines of the Veneto and has enjoyed a reputation for quality from the start. Bertani was founded in 1857 by brothers Gaetano and Giovan Battista Bertani. Prosperous wine merchants who believed that quality winemaking held the key to the future; the Bertanis invested their funds in buying some of the finest vineyards in the province and making their own wines. Consequently, unlike most other local producers, Bertani owns its own vineyards and so is able to oversee the entire winemaking cycle from start to finish. Bertani owns vineyards and cellars in the Valpantena as well as land in the Soave area and in the areas around Lake Garda. The company headquarters are in the original cellars in Grezzana, north-east of Verona, where the historic vineyards are still to be found and where the work of vinification, aging and bottling take place today. The name (pronounced Do-Ay OO-vay) means “two grapes,” which aptly describes this beguiling and innovative estate-bottled blend of Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Production Area Grapes for this blend are grown in Bertani’s southeast-facing Ciusa vineyard, located at an altitude of 150-200 meters above sea level. The soil is of lava-basaltic origin. During the day, the vines benefit from the warmth of the sun; cool nights will ensure an enhanced aroma. The vines are grown on a trellis system: spurring cordon, 4000 vines per hectare for Pinot Grigio, and 8000 vines a hectare for Sauvignon Blanc. Grape Varieties Pinot Grigio 50%; Sauvignon Blanc 50% Vinification The two varietals are vinified separately, a brief cold maceration for Sauvignon Blanc and pressing of the entire grape for Pinot Grigio. Normal fermentation is around 68°F. The two wines are then blended in January and the new wine then transferred to stainless steel containers, where it remains on its lees until early summer. The wine is then bottled and spends a further three months in Bertani’s cellars prior to release. Color Pale straw, with lively green reflections Bouquet Assertive and well-defined. Nuances of elderflower combined with hints of peach and apricot Taste Medium-bodied and well-balanced Alcohol 12.5%



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Soave heisst eine kleine Stadt im Veneto mit rund 7000 Einwohnern. Sie liegt zwischen Verona und Vicenza. Weingeniesser kennen Soave aber auch als Wein, und zwar als einen der bekanntesten Weissweine Italiens. Die Weinkellerei Bertani ist im Jahr 1857 gegründet worden und befndet sich noch heute im Besitz der gleichen Familie. Ungefähr 200 ha Weinberge gehören der Winzerfamilie. Der Sereole von Bertani ist ein Soave mit einer ausgeprägten, unverwechselbaren Persönlichkeit. Er wird zu hundert Prozent aus der Gargànega-Traube gekeltert. Die Gargànega ist eine elegante autochthone Veroneser Rebsorte. Die Trauben wachsen und gedeihen in der klassischen Zone des Soave. Bei der Ernte ab Mitte Oktober sind die Trauben leicht überreif und reich an aromatischen Substanzen. Der Wein lagert einige Zeit im Holzfass, dies verleiht ihm Weichheit und Komplexität.

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