Composto principalmente da uve Chardonnay e Sauvignon vendemmiate a piena maturazione dai vigneti situati nella “Busa”. Pressatura soffice e vinificazione in acciaio ne preservano la fragranza, rendendolo un vino fresco e vivace.
During the Renascence many wines were known as “Greco, Grecante, Grechetto”. Montefalco’s Grecante was one of the most appreciated, indeed the head of the Municipality of Montefalco used to sent it as a precious gift to princes and important clergymen. Arnaldo Caprai’s Grecante keeps this long tradition alive.
The Sauvignon Blanc vines are cultivated with the Guyot system and grown at a height between 400 and 800 meters above sea level. The soil is originated from the erosion of the Dolomites and the vineyards have southern and south-western exposure.
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Franco Balter so called his wine, produced in the house before building the winery, combining the names of two children, Barbara and Nicholas. Today Barbanico Lagrein is a base with the addition of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The separate wine-making is necessary to ensurethe greatest possible expressiveness to each vine. A long affinemtno in barriques followed by bottle gives the wine importance, body, great balance and maximum expression of the fruit.
Obtained by autochthonous vine cultivar growing up on the mediterranean hills.Scrupulous agronomic cares and a careful vinifications, valorize the aromatic notes of the grape and it exalt the structure of the wine for a seductive melody in perfumes of good persistence.
Faedo in Pianezzi at 500 m. above the sea level. with South-West exposure and Palai locality at 700 m. above the sea level. with southern exposure; Cembra in Valbona (lateral valley to the Val di Cembra) at an altitude of 450 m. above the sea level.
Its name is taken from the wild shrub which covers the valleys around Lake Arancio with its yellow flowers in the spring. Grecanico is grown in the historic 25-year old Ulmo vineyard and expresses to the full the unique characteristics of this noble and ancient Sicilian grape variety.
Elegant, balanced and austere, this is the ideal companion for the rich Mediterranean cuisine.