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2019 Santa Colomba "Fermovilla" Rosso, Veneto, Italy

2019 Santa Colomba "Fermovilla" Rosso, Veneto, Italy

$24.99

  • 2019 Santa Colomba "Fermovilla" Rosso, Veneto, Italy

    2019 Santa Colomba "Fermovilla" Rosso, Veneto, Italy

    $24.99 Excl. tax

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    A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon 60% and Merlot 40% that is approachable now and displays ripe aromas and flavors of black fruits and new leather. Pairs perfectly with a grilled steak with an herb butter spread.

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    ABOUT THIS WINE

    Grapes are harvested by hand and immediately transported to the winery in small wooden boxes. Press and fermentation in steel tanks at the temperature of 77 to 86 F., with indigenous yeasts. Maceration on the skins for 20 days. After being transferred twice, the wine is aged in steel.

    ABOUT THIS PRODUCER

    Gianfranco Mistrorigo and Marco Dani are the heart and soul of Santa Colomba, a Domaine perched on the hills overlooking the small town of Lonigo, half-way between Vicenza and Verona in the heart of the Veneto region.

    The Palladian Villa at the center of 60 acres of land, surrounded by old vineyards, was once the home of the Giovannelli, a noble Venetian family. Later, it was sold to a congregation of priests and turned into a convent.

    One day Gianfranco and Marco, two friends with a passion for wine, paired with years of studies and working experience in winemaking, discovered this hidden treasure of half-abandoned vines, and offered to manage them. The convent agreed and thus was born Santa Colomba.

    The two friends immediately set out to convert the entire production of wine to more sustainable methods of farming and cellar practices, in the firm belief that “working in a natural way in this extraordinary environment is a commitment we have made from the start, and a great responsibility we feel we have towards nature.”

    18 acres of Cabernet, Merlot, Malvasia, Garganega, Chardonnay and Sauvignon are all farmed organically, with some parcels already certified and others in the process of obtaining certification. Work in the cellar is all about letting the wine express the fruit to its full potential: indigenous yeasts, natural fermentation and neutral aging in stainless steel tanks, with the use of small, spent French oak barrels for some of the wines. Only very minimal sulfite dosages are added at bottling. The results of such meticulous work are very clean and stable wines that are a clear reflection of the fruit and the terroir. Wines that are as easy to drink, as they are elegant in their aromas.

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