Wine Lungarotti, "Brezza", Bianco dell'Umbria IGT, 2011
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Straw yellow with greenish highlights.
The wine has a light, lively, rounded, slightly sweet flavor with fine acidity and refreshing long finish.
Fresh aroma of the wine reveals hints of pear, pineapple and papaya.
The wine is ideal as an aperitif, perfectly combined with sausages, snacks, soups, pasta, goat cheese, fish dishes and fruit salads. Very well suited to a variety of seafood, meat and puddings green, fruit pies and quiches.
Wine "Brezza", created of equal parts white grape varieties - Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Grechetto differs extraordinary ease and liveliness of fresh grape juice. Through the process of kriomatseratsii, it is suitable for drinking as early as November, after 2 months from the time of harvest. Vinification is conducted in stainless steel vats. Young, simple, delicious wine, it was created for young people, but also to please everyone at any time of year, especially in summer.
On the wine label "Bretstsa" depicts a circle compass, taken from an old captain's logbook. Navigation themes and refreshing taste of this excellent wine make it look like a fresh sea breeze - Brezza.
Giorgio Lungarotti founded economy Cantine Giorgio Lungarotti in the early 60s, he is one of the devotees of modern high-quality wine. The case is currently Giorgio Lungarotti continue his 2 daughters - Chiara and Teresa. Their desire for new things while respecting the family tradition was the impetus for the development of winemaking in the region as a whole. Thanks to their efforts in 1968 wine area Torgiano (Torgiano) one of the first obtained the status of DOC, and since the harvest of 1983, wines of this region are designated as DOCG. The company is also engaged in the cultivation of Lungarotti olive trees and produces excellent balsamic vinegar.
A huge role in the company plays the wife of Giorgio Lungarotti - Maria Grazia Marchetti, which attaches great importance to the culture of wine consumption and its long history. Thanks to her, in 1974, the company opened Lungarotti Wine Museum, which is located in the palace of the XVII century, and in 2000 the Museum was opened olive oil.
In the possession of the family Lungarotti are 260 hectares of vineyards, of which 40 hectares are located in Torgiano and 20 hectares in Montefalco. The cultivation of the vine used advanced techniques and strict limitation of productivity, as well as respect for the environment.