Sparkling Rosé Wine D.O.P.
Intense pink colour with very fine and quite persistent perlage.
Encompasses a large range of fresh flvours, from rose bud and Limoncella apple to cherry.
Great persistence in the mouth, that is reminiscent of the notes perceived by the nose, good balance of armony and freshness.
5 Star Wines
2019 Punteggio: 90/100
Concorso Enologico "Matilde di Canossa - Terre di Lambrusco"
2019 Lambrusco Awards
XVI Concorso Enologico Internazionale Città del Vino
Medaglia d'argento - Premio Bio Divino
Intense rose colour with very fine and quite persistent perlage. Velvety and elegant perfumes encompass a large range of fresh flavours, from rose bud and Limoncella apple to cherry. Great persistence in the mouth, that is reminiscent of the notes received by the nose. No single component predominates over the others but all is combined to create an optimal balance of harmony and freshness.
The grapes of Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro marry with those of Lambrusco di Sorbara. When pressed they immediately give a soft pink color to the must, unlike other red grapes whose juice is generally white. Given this characteristic, it is essential to obtain only the free-run juice through soft pressing, in fact, for Noi Due, only 30% to 40% of the pressing is used, depending on the colour transferred from one year to the next. The remaining product is sent to the other production lines because the intensity of the color would be too much to obtain the delicate pink for this Charmat method. After the pressing phase, the must begins its fermentation with selected yeasts which will lead it to become partially fermented must. At the most suitable moment for production, the partially fermented must is put into an autoclave to start the second fermentation. The duration of the entire process, including aging on the lees, is approximately four months, after which the bottling is carried out.
Noi Due comes from two different vineyards both located on the first hill of Castelvetro. These vines have an age of 15 years for Grasparossa and about 40 years for Sorbara. They are exposed to south, planted with a girapoggio, in order to obtain greater ventilation within the vineyard which gives the grapes better health and allows reducing plant health interventions in the vineyard. It is important to underline that this type of accommodation requires a greater working effort. The soil is mainly medium-clayey-loamy, although some bands of the grape fall on a sandy soil which gives the grapes a greater freshness. The difference conferred by the two soils means that the grapes have different characteristics that marry giving rise to a magical union.