Argiolas

Cannonau Costera DOC

13.70 CHF
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Origin: Tenute Costera in the countryside of Siurgus Donigala, Sarais and Sisini area, 220 meters above sea level.

Soil: Limestone, clayey fractions, medium texture with a tendency to looseness, small and medium size pebbles.

Climate:
Mediterranean, mild winters, limited rainfall, very hot and windy summers.

Harvest: Manual, early in the morning.

winemaking:
Fermentation - maceration at a controlled temperature of 28-30 ° C for about 10-12 days. Malo-lactic fermentation in vitrified concrete tanks and evolution in small oak barrels for 8-10 months. Short refinement in the bottle.

Features:
Color: intense ruby ​​red with garnet hues.
Smell: intensely vinous, typical of Cannonau.
Taste: warm, round, with a good structure and excellent balance.

Pairings: Well-seasoned first courses, roast suckling pig and lamb, medium or long-aged Sardinian pecorino.

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Delivery time

1-3 working days


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for orders from 0 to 99 CHF:

0-12 bottles  = CHF 15.00

13-24 bottlesCHF 30.00




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IBAN: CH860023623614190701Y
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Jurisdiction: 6830 Chiasso
 
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