Botonero 2019, Mamete Prevostini

£20.40
In stock
Product code
39MP0119
Italy  Valtellina 

Alpine Nebbiolo - fresh and yet bold. A beautiful introduction to the Valtellina style.

Features Oaked, Carbon Neutral, Vegetarian and Vegan
Style Red
Last Tasted 29 Jun 2021
Varieties
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Nebbiolo

To a Swiss like me, the Nebbiolo of Valtellina is the definition of what the variety should be. Mamete Prevostini really know how to get the best from this grape from their top Cuvée to their entry level wines like this one, an IGT wine from the Alpi Retiche IGT Rosso that's oustanding for its price. In Valtellina goes by the name of Chiavennasca. 

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Winemaker Mamete Prevostini
Arrival Date 14 Jun 2021
Country Italy
Bottle Size 75cl
Style Red
Region Valtellina
AOC / DAC Alpi Retische
Variety Nebbiolo
Vintage 2019
Last Tasted 29 Jun 2021
Alcohol 13
Ripeness Normal
Composition 100% Nebbiolo
sweetness dry
Winemaking Malolactic
Aged In Steel, Barrel (old)
Key Features Oaked, Carbon Neutral, Vegetarian and Vegan
Available from The Botttle Shop , Caviste, Cornelius Wine and Beer, The Jolly Vintner, Nysa Wines and Spirits, The Solent Cellar, Vinotopia
Bought In (year) 2021
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Nebbiolo wine produced in the terraced vineyards of the Alpi Retiche Rosso IGT at altitudes of
300m-700m. the soil is a mix of sand (70%) and silt (30%) on limestone with a high granite content. The
vines which are guyot trained, are protected on terraces by thousands of kilometres of dry stone walls and
planted at a density of 3,600 plants per hectare.

Berries not perfectly intact are eliminated. After a gentle de-stemming, the grapes, lightly pressed, are sent in stainless steel containers where the alcoholic fermentation takes place in 6 days,
during which the must on the skins is incorporated by maceration, with a temperature of 25°C. After pressing, the wine, is placed in stainless steel containers, where MLF carried out. Here it remains for further 8 months of ageing. The wines if fined and filtered before bottling and a further ageing of 6 months in bottle

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