TYPE: IGT benaco bresciano bianco
GRAPE VARIETIES: 65% Riesling, 30% Chardonnay, 5% Incrocio Manzoni.
DESCRIPTION: Bright straw-yellow with greenish reflections. Scents of white flowers, ripe apples and pears, with vanilla-like and mineral tones. Fresh, intense and persistent on the palate.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Even quite rich pasta or rice dishes, white meats with stuffing and roasted or grilled medium-fatty fish.
YIELD PER HECTARE: 50 hl
HARVEST: late August and mid-September.
VINIFICATION: The Riesling and Incrocio Manzoni are fermented and matured in stainless steel vats on its own fine lees for 6 months. A part of the Chardonnay is fermented in French oak barriques for about 5 months. Then the wines are aged in bottle for about one year.
ANALYTICAL DATA: Alcohol 12.90%, Total Ac. 5,60 g/l, Ph 3.20, Residual sugar 0,6g/l, Dry extract 22 g/l
BOTTLING: July 2020
CLOSURE: Screw cap
TOTAL PRODUCTION: 5.500
Over the years, the blend for Riné has evolved into a white wine of striking personality, whose longevity can deliver impressive surprises. It appears a pale straw yellow shot through with green highlights that gradually yield to an appealing gold. Pungent lemon grass and notes of acacia and curry plant predominate on the nose, flanked by the fresh grass and minerality classic to the reisling grape, as well as an intriguing hint of petrol. The palate is lean
and taut, remarkably crisp, as is the fullflavoured progression that culminates in a succulent finish. Riné, a white wine made without manipulation, can easily handle even unusual food pairings.