Il Tralcetto by Italo Cescon – Muller Thurgau


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Il Tralcetto by Italo Cescon – Müller Thurgau

This renowned Dry White Wine enhances the fruity and earthy flavors coming from the Muller Thurgau grapes, adding the Temperament of Cescon experienced winemakers.

Aromatic Flavours and swinged body alternates in a palate ballad whilst the long ending with almond notes gives the solemn conclusion to this tasteful experience.

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Appellation: Trevenezie I.G.T.

Grape variety: 100% Muller Thurgau

Production zone: vines from San Foca, gravelly soil of sedimentaryalluvial origin, guyot training system, 4.500 vines per hectare, yield
110 ql/ha

Harvest: beginning of September, hand-picked grapes

Vinification: after crushing and destemming, follows gentle pressing
with 60% run juice yield. 10 days fermentation occurs under
controlled temperature of 14° C. After ranking, inox vat ageing for 5
months, plus 3 months bottle refining

Color: straw yellow with greenish hints

Nose: fresh and delicate, complex: floral with peach flowers, rosehip
and elder scents, green, with sage and herbs aromas, fruity with
melon and peach flavours, but also candied notes

Taste: a very pleasant aromatic flavour and a harmonious body give
to the wine elegant traits, which show freshness, intensity and
refinement, letting to palate an almond aftertaste

Food pairing: crudités, fresh and easy appetizers, risotto with
asparagus, grilled seafood, sea bass in salt, cuttlefish and peas, semi
soft cheese, fried sage.

Venetian tradition: risotto with fennel or
Venice style crab

Alcoholic content: 12% vol.

Serving temperature: ideala t 8° C, in cold carré stem glasses.

Allergens & Warnings

Contains Sulphites


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