The Oliena Cellar at the Vinitaly, Internationa Wine & Spirits Exhibition, Verona, 7-10 April 2019. See you at Hall 8, Stand 59 (Collettiva Regione Sardegna) to present and make you taste our wines.
The Cellar of Oliena this year is present at ProWein International Fair, Düsseldorf, 17-9 Mar 2019. See you at Hall 16 Stand C81 (Kessler-Konsulting) to present and make you taste our wines.
The grapes come from high hillside vineyards situated at 650 m s.l.m. cultivated on land granite weathering. The special micro-climatic conditions of the location and soil characteristics of soils allow to obtain grapes with a high fatty acid profile and aromatic intensity. The training in Gujot and careful agronomic management of the vineyards allow to obtain low yields per vine and per hectare. The harvest. strictly in boxes, it occurs in the cooler hours of the day and immediately ammostate in order to best preserve the varietal aromatic content. The harvest is concentrated between the last week of August and first of September. The must is obtained by gentle pressing of the grapes in such a way as to avoid an excessive extraction of coloring matter and unripe tannins. The following taking 70-day duration of the foams is conducted at a low temperature so as to favor the production of fermentation aromas and the production of a fine and persistent perlage. It follows a slow maturation of 40 days on the lees. D presents a pale pink color with bright reflections peach. The tasting you perceive hints of peach flowers, pink and purple, accompanied by sweet sensations of white fruits. The foam is soft and persistent with a perlage fine and elegant. It 'a versatile sparkling wine, excellent as an aperitif but also suitable to accompany dishes typical of Mediterranean cuisine fish.
Successo delle cantine sarde al premio internazionale Medaglia d’oro per il “Corrasi doc” della Cantina sociale
di Mattia Sanna
La Nuova Sardegna 11 febbraio 2016
a sua presenza in Europa e negli Stati Uniti, che progetta nuove etichette e prossime uscite. Dopo il successo dell’Ororosa, brut rosé ottenuto da uve Cannonau selezionate, il dinamico e giovane enologo Daniele Manca pensa già a nuove etichette. Ma di questo si parlerà nelle prossime puntate.