BASARICÓ: Translation into Piedmontese basil, as the olfactory notes resemble the withed leaf of this aromatic herb. Colour: straw yellow with greenish reflections. Aroma: soft and delicate, complex, inviting smell particularly for fresh fruits inkling. Flavour: Persistent, delicately acidulous that gives freshness and pleasantness.
Matching: It’s great as an aperitif. It is accompanied by sea salads, boiled lean fish, soups, pastes or risotto with not very aromatic vegetables
Recommended temperature: It should be served fresh at a temperature of 8 °-10 ° C
Wine-making: after a careful selection, the grapes are softy pressed. The must obtained is put to ferment at a temperature of 18-20 °C. After some days of slowly fermentation (to enhance smell) with decanting and several filtrations to obtain a clear, clean
Adriano Marco e Vittorio
Sauvignon Blanc 100%
to drink, medium aging potential
dry and fresh, gently acidulous