Antolini Theobroma IGT
Alcohol 15,5 % 6 Bottles

 100,00

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Description

Theobroma IGT

Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon and Croatina.
Origin of vineyards
• location: Valpolicella Classica, the towns of
Marano di Valpolicella, San Pietro in Cariano
and Negrar.
• altitude: from 150 to 350 metres above sea
level.
• soil type: clay soil, tuffaceous and limey.
• vine growing method: double Veronese pergola
and Guyot.
• date of vine planting: from 1999 to 2000.
• cultivation: vineyards are naturally and completely
grassed over, mechanical mowing
among the vines, no irrigation, no chemical
fertilizers, pesticide free pheromones and
sexual confusion to combat the Tignola (leaf
boring) moth.
Grape harvest
• period: second half of September.
• method: exclusively manual.
Production
• withering: 40/50 days.
• winemaking method: slightly withered grapes
are pressed in a de-stemming winepress and
then left to macerate at a cold temperature
for 6/8 days followed by a 15-day fermentation
in steel containers at an automatically
controlled temperature and with indigenous
yeasts.
• aging: 12 months in oak barrels and then 3/6
months in bottles.
Technical data
• annual production: 3000/4000 bottles.
• bottle: 750 ml Burgundy bottle.
• cork: microgranulated cork.
Organoleptic notes
• colour: bright, ruby red.
• bouquet: full bodied and well defined.
• flavour: refined, intense, full-bodied.
Serving suggestions
• serve at: 18° C.
• ideal with: most foods but is perfect with
grilled meats.