Manzoni Bianco

Incrocio Manzoni 6.0.13 is a variety of grapes resulting from the fortunate combination of Pinot Blanc and Rhein Riesling achieved in the nineteentwenties by Professor Luigi Manzoni in his studies at the National Institute of Viticulture in Conegliano.

It is considered an autoctonous grape of our area and, with the fine structure of the Pinot Blanc and the aromatic complexity of the Riesling, it is having quite a good success among wine connaisseurs.


Manzoni Bianco

VILLA DI MASER

MANZONI BIANCO

IGT COLLI TREVIGIANI

Medaglia d'Oro Berliner Wein Trophy

GOLD MEDAL

BERLINER WEIN TROPHY 2009

The wine presented
by Eddy Furlan

A wine ideal to accompany uncooked seafoods such as oyster, fried squid and prawns, “risi and bisi” (traditional Venetian dish of rice with peas), and San Daniele ham with melon.

This wine is light golden in colour. It is bright and instantly forms small arches on the wall of the glass.

The first impression in the nose is one of fruit, with clear tones of peach and mature golden delicious apple, followed by hints of “vegetable”, which give a hint of green tomatoes and geranium flowers.

In the mouth it is dry, fresh, soft, and possesses a well-balanced alcohol taste which is in harmony with the other elements of the structure. A pleasant flavour accompanies the finish with a note of vegetable, which gives way to a delicate perception of basil.

Grapes Incrocio Manzoni 6.0.13
Vineyard
Valdelroro
Vine Density
5500 piants per hectare
Method of growing
Upwards-trained vertical-trellised, guyot pruned
Soil

Alluvial with abundant gravel, medium clay.

Position and aspect

Plain with gentle slope to the sud-east.

Altitude
140 m asl
Yield
5 tons per hectare
Harvest When full ripeness is reached, grapes are hand-selected and harvested into
cases
Vinification Soft pressing of grapes, static decanting of the must, fermentation in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature.
On fine lees for 4-6 months, 6 months in bottle
Alcohol
13,5%
Residual sugar
4 g/lt