Monte Duello Passito di Durella: from the small village of Brognoligo the winemaking tradition is handed down from father to son. A centenarian recipe, an accurate selection of grapes and an artisan method that must be listened to and exalted.
Monte Duello Passito di Durella is perhaps the wine which best expresses the relationship between terroir and winemaker: on one side hidden worlds and meanings which surprise, on the other the desire to interpret them, the pleasure of discovering them. The complex aroma of passito, intense and sweet to the palate, gives way to a persistent and unexpected finish thanks to a decisive freshness.
Features of Monte Duello Passito di Durella
Appellation: Veneto Bianco Passito IGT
Production Area: Veneto, Verona, Alpone Valley, Roncà
Yield per Hectare: 20 hl
Farming System: Guyot with 7000 grapevines per hectare
Harvest: handpicked in cases.
Winemaking Process: withering of the grapes in fruit cellar for at least 5 months. Pressing and slow fermentation in oak vats.
Aging: in oak barrels for several years.
Organoleptic Characteristics: amber color. Intense and persistent bouquet with notable sensations of raisins, candied fruit, dried fig and walnut. In the mouth it is dense and balanced, with an acidity well balanced by sweetness. Long and elegant finish.
Wine Pairings: aged and blue cheese, foie gras, dry pastry or dark chocolate.
Production: 2.000 bottles (500 ml)
Alcoholic Percentage: 12,5%
Serving Temperature: 10-12°C
A CAMPAIGN FINANCED ACCORDING TO EC REGULATION N. 1308/13