Ribolla Gialla is the native vine of Friuli. An icon of the Eastern Hills, a jewel of Torre Rosazza. Chosen for its marked acidity and low alcohol content, it has found a particular expression in the sparkling version, a type of reference especially in the lower area of the Ronchi.
Friuli Colli Orientali (Manzano Hills)
Pedecollina vineyards, approximately about 120 m slm.
Grape training: Guyot and sylvoz.
Density: 3000 4000 trees /hectare,
yield about 80 90 quintals/hectares
8 months on the yeast
The grapes are harvested in the first week of September when they have 11% vol potential. The must is then fermented directly in an autoclave using the Martinotti method, at a controlled temperature of 12 ° C to enhance the aromatic components of the grapes and preserve the varietal characteristics olfactory and gustatory It refines on the lees for 8 months with frequent batonnage, to acquire structure and balance.
Brut sparkling wine with an intense yellow color.
Delicate and complex bouquet reminiscent of yellow flowers and fresh fruit with notes of yeast.
The taste is structured but at the same time fresh and savory, accompanied by fruity and bread crust notes, the perlage is very fine and persistent.
Alcohol 12 % vol. Acidity 5,6 g/l Sugar 8 g/l
Born from the natural attitude of Torre Rosazza to go further, towards a continuous search for the exaltation of the territory and its products. From four sparkling wine tests on native vines, the Schioppettino grapes obtained the most satisfactory results with the refermentation in the bottle according to the Champenoise method. A real oenological gem: a Blanc de Noir with a Friulian taste.