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Starting from the same grape used for Gavi, Monolite is one of the best Cortese available in Italy. 10% of its mass has been aged in 250 lt barriques.
Color straw-yellow. Very intense, fresh fruit and white flowers with notes of pear and peach. Fresh to the palate, with nice acidity; sapid and smooth.
Vineyards: Bussone, 240mt slm, soils with white marl.
Vinification: Vinification and soft pressing of whole bunches with cooling of the grapes. Fermentation at a controlled temperature for 7 days using selected yeasts.
Aging: 90% in steel on its lees ,10% in 2,25 hl barrique.
Sensory notes: Color straw-yellow. Very intense, fresh fruit and white flowerswith notes of pear and peach. Fresh to the palate, with nice acidity; sapid and smooth.
Parings: Fish, first courses and white meat.
Serving Temperature: 7-8 °C
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|Product Name:||Hic et Nunc-Monolite Piemonte Cortese 2019|
|Country of origin:||Italy|
|Stock available:||On request|
|Price per unit US$:||On request|
|Price per unit €:||On request|
|Alc. Vol %:||14.00|
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Hic et Nunc Srl Società Agricola
Hic et Nunc stands halfway between Asti, Alessandria and Casale, in the heart of the Basso Monferrato, home to the barbera and the grignolino, iconic varieties of these hills.
We are in the heart of the historical and original ancient Aleramic properties, the dynasty of Aleram, who – according to the legend – has traced the borders of Monferrato, becoming its first Marquis. Here, the names of the places reveal their belonging to the ancient Marquisate, including their proud affinity with Monferrato to their namesake.
The cellar and the wine resort rest on the hill connecting Vignale to Frassinello, a natural stage of hills and vineyards crossed by woods, poplar and hazel groves, fields and pastures: a landscape with a rich biodiversity and a wild, primitive charm that UNESCO has acknowledged as a World Heritage Site in 2014, within the core-zone of Monferrato degli Infernot.
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