Vidarò Gutturnio Classico Superiore
Bordolese 0.75 l
Still red wine
Ruby red colour
Aromas of small dark berries, enriched by spice notes
A dry wine with good intensity and pulp, endowed with appropriate balance and a harmonious roundness
Guida China Wine Awards
2012 Annata 2009 Gold Awards 2013 Annata 2010 Gold Awards
Guida Emilia Romagna da Bere
2017/2018 Annata 2015 Menzione d’eccellenza
|Full Name:||Vidarò Gutturnio Classico Superiore|
|Classification:||Gutturnio Classico Superiore DOC|
|Grapes:||68% Barbera, 32% Bonarda|
|Yeld:||8 tonnes per hectare|
|Annual Production:||10000 bottles|
|Total Dry Extract:||34,6 g/l|
|Serving Temperature:||Optimal at 18°C|
Gutturnio Classico Superiore Vidarò is a ruby 0red wine with decent depth and an ethereal bouquet that conveys aromas of small dark berries, enriched by spice notes.
A dry wine with good intensity and pulp, endowed with appropriate balance and a harmonious roundness that guarantees ease of pairing even with simple dishes.
After harvesting the grapes strictly by hand and placing them in small crates, they are taken to the wine cellar to be destemmed, pressed and left to macerate for 9 days with regular pumping over.
After the first rackings, the wine is left to age inside stainless-steel tanks.
This is followed by filtering and bottling, with an additional 3 months of ageing before sale.
The Barbera and Bonarda vineyards that give rise to this Vidarò wine fall within the original Gutturnio Classico area, located in the Casa Benna estate, on the first hill of Castell’Arquato, in the province of Piacenza deep within the heart of Emilia.
For this Superiore wine, only the most well-drained locations are chosen to ensure the grapes are more strongly concentrated.