Estate: Renowned La Stoppa winemaker Giulio Armani founded Denavolo in the province of Piacenza in 2005. Named for the mountain it’s on, the 3 hectare estate continues Giulio’s commitment to working in harmony with nature, biodynamics and experimentation.
Winemaking: Vines are about 30 years in age in limestone soils at the bottom of the slope. Hand harvested, destemmed, native yeast spontaneous fermentation with about 2 weeks skin contact in stainless steel, aged in stainless steel, no added SO2.
Tasting Notes: Apple pie, apricot, pink grapefruit, orange framed by Jasmin green tea tannins and tangy acidity. Tangerine, roasted hazelnut infuse the salty mineral finish. Crisp, vivid, genteel.
25% Malvasia di Candia Aromatica, 25% Marsanne, 25% Ortugo, 25% “Unidentified Varietals”
Estate Bottled by Azienda Agricola Denavolo