Orma di Irma - Bonarda Frizzante

Bottiglia

Bottle Size

Bordolese 0.75 l

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Type

Sparkling Red Wine

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Appearance Analysis

Intense ruby red colour with a fine mousse

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Scent Analysis

Sharp, pulpy fruitiness

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Taste Analysis

Crisp, mildly sweet and balanced, not at all heavy and exceedingly easy to drink

Awards

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Guida vini Slow Wine

"Vino Quotidiano" Annate 2012-2013-2015-2017-2019

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Guida Emilia Romagna da Bere

Annata 2015 Menzione d’eccellenza

Full Name:Bonarda Frizzante
Classification:Colli Piacentini DOC Bonarda Frizzante
Vintage Year:2019
Grapes:100% Bonarda
Growing Method:Guyot
Yeld:8.5 tonnes per hectare
Annual Production:4800 bottles
ABV:12,5
Acidity:6,5 g/l
Total Dry Extract:30,9 g/l
Serving Temperature:Optimal at 16° C

Description

Bonarda Frizzante is rooted in the Emilian sparkling red wine tradition.


Its strength lies in its sharp, pulpy fruitiness, combined with a good overall balance.

Vinification method

Perfectly mature grapes are hand-picked and carefully selected, then placed in small crates and taken into the wine cellar, where they are destemmed and pressed.

Maceration usually lasts 8 days, during which light pumping over is carried out and particular care is taken with the temperature, to preserve a fresher, younger aroma.

Soil and Vineyard Traits

The Bonarda vineyards that give rise to this wine are located in the Casa Benna estate, on the first hill of Castell’Arquato, in the province of Piacenza deep within the heart of Emilia, the undisputed home of sparkling red wines.

The vineyards are on average 13 years old and are grown according to the Guyot method, selecting only the freshest, most ideal soils for young, fruity wines.

Food Pairing

Bonarda Frizzante is a typical Piacenza wine, with a pleasant, intense, fruity taste.

It is perfect for tasting alongside cold cuts, medium-aged cheeses, and focaccia. Also a great match for traditional snacks or modern finger food.

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