Red IGT ” Isola dei Nuraghi”
MEANING OF THE NAME
Taken from the date on which traditionally in France, is the first date to taste the new Beaujolais wines, cousins of the Italian Novello or “Young Wines”
Soft and lively wine that smells of fresh fermentation. The color is red with violet hues. A blend composed of 50% characteristic purple-red native grapes and 50% various authorized red berry grapes.
espalier vine technique, average density of 5,000 plants/ha.
Production about 120 qq/ha
Carbonic maceration technique. The grapes are placed in watertight containers and saturated with carbon dioxide. This creates a completely asphyxiated environment inside the containers, causing the yeasts to penetrate the grapes in order to extract water and oxygen internally, triggering a process of intracellular fermentation. After an invariable time, the grapes are pressed and conveyed into another container until fermentation is complete.