Vermentino Colli di Luni DOC 2010 Terenzuola
- Vermentino Colli di Luni
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Situati nel comune di Fosdinovo ad una altitudine di circa 100 s.l.m. Nel vigneto principale di circa 3,5 ha il terreno sabbio-limoso e ricco di ciotoli. Nelle restanti parcelle di un'estensione complessiva di 1 ha il suolo della stessa granulometria...
- System of cultivation
- Plant density
- 8400 ceppi per ettaro nei vigneti più giovani e di 5000 ceppi per ettaro nei vigneti più vecchi
- Yield per hectare
- 85 q.li/ha
- Sistemi soffici per il ricevimento delle uve, pressatura diretta con ciclo lungo, decantazione statica e fermentazione a basse temperature con proseguo di affinamento sui propri lieviti per tre mesi in vasche di acciaio
- 0,75 l.
HISTORY AND COMPANY
Terenzuola is an interesting winery in Lunigiana, a region on the border between Liguria and Tuscany. It was founded in 1993 in the municipality of Fosdinovo by Ivan Giuliani, who inherited from his grandfather Luigi the farm bought in the early 30s. He was initially born as a parallel activity to university studies, then he became the profession for life for Ivan. This is thanks to the meetings with the producers of Friuli and Slovenia, where Ivan served in the military, which allowed him to learn the techniques of winemaking and a way of cultivating respectful of nature, in addition to passing on his passion and attachment to his land . The Terenzuola vineyards extend for about 21 hectares and are distributed in the areas of Luni, Candia, Lunigiana and Cinque Terre. The soils present a varied nature: the Toscanids predominate in the valley and therefore silt-clayey soils, while in the hills the Liguridi offering sandy soils. The vines are planted at 350 meters above sea level, they are terraced and trained with a short guyot. The vines cultivated are Vermentino, Canaiolo Nero, Colorino, Bosco and Albarola. The harvests are late, in order to allow the grapes to reach the perfect balance between sugars, acidity, polyphenols and aromas and not having to intervene in the cellar. Terenzuola wines reflect the duality of the territory of origin. They are complex wines with great personality, not at all simple and immediate, able to amaze every sip.