Murgo Brut

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The great acidity, the low concentration in color and many other elements that come from the terroir, make these grapes very suitable for the production of sparkling wines elaborated with the Classic Method.
We obtain a wine with great personality and structure that boasts the distinction of being the first sparkling wine obtained from Nerello Mascalese grapes.

2019
750ml
1500ml
Clear
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Description

The grapes are harvested before complete ripeness and gently pressed to minimize the extraction of color from the skins. After decanting, the must obtained ferments in steel at a controlled temperature (16 ° C).

At the end of fermentation, the wine matures in steel tanks for about eight months before the second fermentation which is generally performed from the beginning of the spring following the harvest. After the second fermentation in the bottle, the wine matures on the lees for a minimum of twenty-four months.
The dosage is carried out with wine from the same batch and a small amount of sugar which balances the acidity of the wine. Since the first production, which dates back to the 1989 harvest, Nerello has shown great potential for the production of sparkling wines.

The great acidity, the low concentration of color and other elements coming from the terroir contribute to giving this wine great character, finesse and elegance. The remarkable structure and persistence are due to the red grapes used. The fine perlage is instead the result of the slow aging on the lees.

2017 – Vinous-Ian D’Agata: 88 punti/ Annata-Vintage 2014
2017 – San Francisco Wine Competition: Medaglia d’argento/ Annata 2014
2017 – Vinous: 91+ / Annata 2013
2016 – San Francisco wine competition: Medaglia d’argento/ Annata 2011
2016 – Gambero Rosso: 1 Bicchiere/ Annata 2011
2016 – Bibenda: 4 Grappoli / Annata 2011
2016 – Parker: 88 Punti / Annata 2011
2016 – Wine&Spirits: 88 Punti: Miglior rapporto qualità/prezzo/ Annata 2011
2015 – Gambero Rosso: 2 Bicchieri (annata 2010)
2015 – Ian D’Agata: 89/100 (annata 2012)
2015 – Ian D’Agata: 88/100 (annata 2007)
2015 – BIbenda: 4 Grappoli (annata 2010)
2015 – Espresso – Vini d’Italia: 3 bottiglie 15,5/20 (annata 2009)
2014 – Vini buoni d’Italia – Corona d’oro

Mediterranean fish sashimi, oysters

Additional information
Weight 1800 kg
Annata

2020, 2019

Formato

750ml, 1500ml

Data sheet
Weight: 1.8 kg

Qualification:

Spumante VSQ Metodo Classico

Grapes:

Nerello Mascalese 100 %

Soil:

Sands of volcanic origin

Altitude:

500m. s.l.m.

Average yield:

50-60 hl/ha

Training:

In espalier

Strains:

4.500 plants/ha

Alcoholic degree:

12,5% Vol.

Fixed acidity:

6-7 gr/l

Residual sugars:

<4 gr/l
Harvest:

Manual with plastic crates carried out before complete ripening

Pressing:

Very delicate pressing with pneumatic presses

Decanting:

Cooling of the must and decanting in insulated tanks

Fermentation:

In stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature (14 °) for about 20 days

Aging:

In stainless steel tanks for 7-8 months

Bottle-aging:

On the lees for a variable period between 5 and 6 years

Remouage: Con pupitres

Disgorging:

The freezing of the neck, the degorging and the dosage are carried out with semi-automatic machines

Potential:

>5 years from disgorging

First production:

Harvest 1999

Annual production:

4\500 bottles 0.75 l and 300 Magnum

Color:

Straw yellow

Perlage:

Very fine, continuous and persistent

Bouquet:

Floral (chamomile, broom), delicate sensations of hazelnut and bread crust

Taste:

Floral (Etna apple and medlar), spicy (mint and balsamic herbs), mineral, fine, complex and persistent

Pairings:

Mediterranean fish sashimi, oysters

Bottle formats:

Classica - 0.75l, Magnum - 1.5l

Vintage: 2011, 2013, 2010