Bigi Rosé Blend Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Cerasuolo Vipra Rossa 2009

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Rich aromas of blackberry, spice and toasted notes abound. Vipra Rossa is a well-balanced and well-structured wine. B...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Harvested from late September through late October, alcoholic fermentation took place at temperatures of 18-20°C in stainless steel tanks for 12-15 days. Maceration followed over a span of 12-15 days with periodic pump-overs, punch-downs, and delestages. Full malolactic fermentation occurred. After aging in French oak barriques for 8-12 months, the wine was filtered, fined, and refrigerated prior to bottling. It was then cellared an additional 2 months prior to release.

Tasting Notes:

Rich aromas of blackberry, spice and toasted notes abound. Vipra Rossa is a well-balanced and well-structured wine. Best if consumed young.

Harvested from late September through late October, alcoholic fermentation took place at temperatures of 18-20°C in stainless steel tanks for 12-15 days. Maceration followed over a span of 12-15 days with periodic pump-overs, punch-downs, and delestages. Full malolactic fermentation occurred. After aging in French oak barriques for 8-12 months, the wine was filtered, fined, and refrigerated prior to bottling. It was then cellared an additional 2 months prior to release.

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Chemical Analysis:

Sugar: 3.10 grams per liter Total Acidity: 5.42 grams per liter

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