Amato Motivo

Dry sparkling wine

Sensory data

Straw-yellow colour

Citron and grapefruit in the foreground together with hints of white peach and dog rose

The development is pleasantly consistent and the almond closure deliciously connected with the smell

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Features

  • Name of the Wine

    Amato Motivo

  • Classification

    Pignoletto di Modena DOP Bio

  • Vines

    100% Pignoletto

  • Alcohol content

    12% VOL

  • Yield per hectare

    150 quintals

  • Form of Breeding

    Syvoz espalier

  • Plant density

    2800 / ha

  • Annual production

    6000 bottles

  • Total acidity

    7 g/liter

  • Sugar residue

    12 g/liter

  • Service temperature

    Optimal at 8/10 ° C

  • Food Pairing

    Excellent for aperitif, with fish or vegetables risotto

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Delicate straw-yellow hue calling emerald and fine persistent perlage. The nose smells citron and grapefruit in the foreground together with hints of white peach and dog rose, in a sober and fine mixture. In the mouth, very pleasant softness yet fresh and savoury. The development of the taste is pleasantly coherent with the smell and the closure is delicious and leaves the taste of almond in the mouth.

The sweet and green colored grapes with golden reflections are rigorously picked by hand and soft pressed once in the cellar. The must obtained is fermented to carry out the first alcohol degrees. Once a partial fermentation of the must is obtained, it is refrigerated and left to rest until the moment of the second fermentation. When it’s time to bottle, the partially fermented must reaches the autoclave to complete its fermentation and to obtain its fine and persistent perlage. Once bottled, its inviting bubbles, its fruity aromas and its flavor will be ready to accompany the finest palates.

Amato Motivo comes from the first hill of Castelvetro area. These vines have an average age of 10 years and are exposed to south-east, planted with girapoggio technique, in order to obtain greater ventilation within the vineyard. This gives greater health to the grapes and allows to reduce phytosanitary interventions. It is important to underline that this type of accommodation requires a greater working effort. The soil is mainly of medium clayey-silty mixture, although some bands of the vines fall on a sandy soil giving the grapes a greater freshness. These two kinds of soils bring different characteristics that perfectly fit into the wine, giving birth to a magical combination.

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