Müller Thurgau Viàch Trentino DOC 2018 'Corvèe'


Viàch is the Müller Thurgau of Corvèe , obtained from grapes that ripen in the midday sun. The vineyard is the demonstration of the ingenuity and tenacity of those farmers who, with blows of sledgehammer and pickaxe, have recovered from the mountain these continuous terraces made of dry stone walls that follow the twisted shape of the ridge


Denomination: Müller Thurgau Trentino DOC

Grapes: Müller Thurgau 100%

Region: Trentino (Italy)

Alcohol content: 12.5%

Format: 75 cl bottle

Vinification: Manual harvest in the second ten days of September, soft pressing
in an inert atmosphere, static settling of the must, fermentation
at controlled temperature in stainless steel tanks

Ageing: aging on lees for about 8 months before bottling, aging in the bottle for about 6 months before marketing

Allergens: Contains sulfites

Color; Straw yellow with greenish reflections
Olfactory analysis: The nose is intense, with marked floral, exotic fruit and citrus notes
Taste analysis: The palate is salty, vertical and deep
How to serve it: Serving temperature 8°-10°C
How to taste it: Serve in a large goblet
Pairings: Excellent with fish tartare, fish and shellfish dishes, savory pies

Producer: The Corvée winery, set in the porphyry soils of the municipality of Cembra Lisignago, at about 700 meters above sea level, is protected to the east
from the vaunted resonance fir forests of Paneveggio, to the south skims the horizon of the "Trentino red gold" quarries, the porphyry, source of
work and fortune of the entire valley, and finally to the west it caresses the imposing massif of the Brenta Dolomites.

All the terraces in the valley are warmed by the brightest sun in the south and every day, towards sunset, crossed by the gentle breeze of the Ora del Garda.
The vineyards are located in the municipalities of Cembra Lisignago and Faver Altavalle, at an altitude between 450 and 750 meters high and produce the main native Trentino varieties: Müller Thurgau, Pinot gris, Chardonnay, Pinot blanc, Pinot noir, Lagrein, sauvignon blanc,