Description:“Aurì”, from the Piedmontese “al rio” indicates a road next to the winery that used to lead to some natural springs from which gushed out a small stream that provided water all year long. What does water has to do with wine? They have one thing in common: they are always present on our tables.
This wine is made from this native white grape varieties grown on Alto Monferrato hills which give light, pleasant and easy drinking wines.
Harvest: Mid September, the grapes are harvested in the morning and delivered to the winery during the day, so that the grapes arrive fresh at the winery.
Vinification: The grapes are softly pressed and the clear must is separated from turbid must. The clear must is clarified and put in stainless steel tank for 20 days of alcoholic fermentation at a temperature from 16 to 18 °C.
Ageing: Maturation is made on the lees with bâtonnage for nearly one month. Then the wine is clarified and laid on stainless steel tanks for about 4 months. We do not proceed with the malolactic fermentation so the bottling occurs at the beginning of spring.
Pairings: aperitive with fresh cheese, savoury pies and omelettes, white meats or fishes from the rivers and lakes.
Serving temperature: 8-10 °C.
Size: 3 l – 10 l.