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Altaneve Rosé is an exclusive blend of 70% pinot nero grapes from the Oltrepò Pavese region in the hills of northwestern Italy, and 30% glera grapes from the Valdobbiadene hills in northeastern Italy. This unique blend of the two grapes showcases each varietal’s best qualities, maintaining the fantastic minerality and body of the pinot nero grape with the rounder flavor profile and cleaner, more delicate finish of the glera grape, creating a unique experience.

Owner: David Noto
Website: www.altaneve.com
Winemaker: Noto & Geronazzo
Type: Rosé
Varietals: 70% Pinot noir, 30% Glera

Vineyard Location: Valdobbiadene (Glera); Oltrepo’ Pavese (Pinot noir)
Elevation: 450+ meters (Pinot Noir); 300+ meters (Glera) a.s.l.
Vines Planted: 1980's
Trellising: Spur trained version of Guyot
Vines/Acre: 4,000/Ha (Pinot Noir); 2,500/Ha (Glera)
Soil: Calcareous clay and marine sandstone

Fermentation in stainless steel tanks for 30 days at 17° C. Second fermentation with charmat method in autoclaves/60 days

Aging Process
1-3 months in the bottle before the release

Tasting Notes
Color: Altaneve Rosé has a lovely blush color
Bouquet: Lively bouquet of fruity (wild berries, strawberry, tangerine) and floral notes.
Flavor: The maturation of the wine combined with the extended secondary fermentation develop a crisp body, a delicate perlage and an elegant finesse
Pairings: The exotic character of Altaneve Rosé can be enjoyed with an array of different foods from fish to cheese to spicy tomato sauces, or by itself as an aperitivo

Alcohol Content: 11.5%
Serving Temperature: 46 °F
Production: 8,000 bts