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. The idea is to produce a young, fresh, fruity, easy drinking wine at an affordable price.
Harvest: On the third week of 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: After crushing and destalking the grapes, the must is sent to vertical stainless tanks. The alcoholic fermentation and maceration last around 5 days. Much automatic pumping over is carried out to extract the polyphenolic substances from the skin. The fermentation occurs at a constant temperature of 25 °C.
Ageing: The malolactic fermentation takes place immediately after the alcoholic fermentation and the wine remains in stainless steel tanks for about 3 months prior to bottling.
Pairings: aperitive with cheese or salami board, all kind of starters or light first course dishes, noodle or vegetable soups, salads, white meats.
Serving temperature: 18 °C.
Size: 3 l – 10 l.