Wine Mazzolada, Sauvignon, Lison-Pramaggiore DOC
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Reviews of purchase Mazzolada, Sauvignon, Lison-Pramaggiore DOC
The wine shows a straw-yellow color.
The wine has an elegant, dry taste with hints of tropical and exotic fruits, refined sourness and fresh aftertaste.
Wine tempts with a gentle, refreshing aroma, woven from notes of melon, banana and yellow pepper.
The wine is excellent with ham, fish snacks, pasta dishes with vegetables and main dishes from white fish, accompanied by light sauces.
Mazzolada, Sauvignon, Lison-Pramaggiore DOC is a white dry wine made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes, grown on clay-limestone soils of the Lizon-Pramaggiore region in the east of Venice. Harvesting is carried out in the morning, at the winery the berries are soft pressed and fermented at a controlled temperature of 15-16 ° C for 12-15 days in stainless steel tanks. The potential of wine is 2-4 years.
The Mazzolada estate is the passion and devotion of people who have worked there for many years. The farmstead extends to 126 hectares, of which 91 hectares are allotted for vineyards.
Vines in the area between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea existed already in 300 BC. e. during the reign of the Roman Empire. As evidence, there are Roman documents relating to 131 BC. e., describing the cultivation of the vine in the area of Julia Concordia (now called "Concordia Streltsaria", which includes the estate of Mazzolada). The Genovese family, which acquired the Mazzolada farm in 1985, inherits traditions and ancient culture.
Offices, laboratories and a cellar are located in the city of Portogruaro. The estate is open to visitors. The company has developed its own projects for all stages of grapes processing, from mechanical harvesting at night to various stages of soft pressing, decantation and fermentation. The plant uses the latest technology and modern equipment, which guarantees the best conditions for the production of high-quality wines. The production capacity is 1,000,000 bottles a year.