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Sicilian white wine Miceli VERVER IGT - Grillo and Chardonnay - Lt. 0,75

  • €11.50
  • VAT NOT INCLUDED

  • Brands Vini Miceli
  • Product Code: VIN00VER9101
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Minimum Order: 1 Pieces
  • Weight: 1.80 Kg
  • VAT: 22%

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Tags: Wine, Miceli

The white wine VERVER MICELI is a particular wine produced by Miceli Cellars, from GRILLO and CHARDONNAY vines. Extremely fruity, with hints of flowers, fresh fruit, banana, kiwi, citrus, and with a fresh and lively taste, the white wine Vervèr exploits the lively aroma of the Grillo grape and the delicacy of the Chardonnay vine, with flaws of excellence. It goes well with sea food, grilled appetizers, and sweet cheeses. The white wine VERVER Miceli is an extremely versatile and very pleasant white wine.


Alcohol Content : 12%
Variety: Grillo 85% - Chardonnay 15%


Training system: Espalier


Pruning: Guyot


Planting density: 4,600 vines / ha on average


Soil: Medium textured, clayey


Harvest time: Mid-August for the Chardonnay - mid-September for Grillo

analytical data: 20 ° Babo


Yield per hectare: 70 Q.li


Yield per plant: 1,5 kg.


Wine-making: Soft pressing of the grapes already stemmed and cold maceration for 12 hours at
6 ° C. Decanting of cold wort. Fermentation of the clean with yeast
selected at 14 ° C.


Aging: fermentation Completion autoclave to obtain vitality


Bottled: December 2012


Appearance: Straw yellow with greenish reflections


Smell: Flowers, fresh fruit, banana, kiwi, citrus fruits


Taste: Full, soft, fruity, tangy and lively


Aftertaste: Full, fragrant


Food pairing: Ideal with different combinations of seafood, pasta dishes and grills.


Serving temperature: 12 ° C.


Area: Selinunte, Trapani


Variety: Grillo 85% - Chardonnay 15%

Amount: 750cl


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