Colli Piacentini Malvasia


Typical aromatic white wine grape in the province of Piacenza, and its origins date from the time of the ancient Greeks. It was at the time of the Venetian Republic that began the spread of Malvasia grapes in Europe, the vines that still retain identity completely different from each other. So the Malvasia di Candia is used to produce the DOC Colli Piacentini is a feature not to be confused with others that have very different flavors or they are absolutely free. He is currently one of 17 varieties of Malvasia registered on the National Register of Variety as Malvasia.

Data sheet
The wine is made from grapes "aromatic Malvasia di Candia" for at least 85% and other varieties of similar color recommended or authorized in the province of Piacenza. Grape production may not exceed 13 tons. per hectare and the maximum yield of wine is 70%.
Colour: straw
Aroma: aroma characteristic, even intense
Taste: dry, sweetish, amiable or sweet, aromatic, fresh, quiet or lively
Minimum alcoholic strength by volume: 10.50% vol.
Malvasia Dolce (sweet) version differs only in the alcoholic strength to be equal to 5.50% vol.
Serving temperature: 10° C for type "dry" and about 7° C for type "amiable" and "sweet"
Be drunk in his youth. The type "dry" can be combined with starters, soups, delicate white meat and fish. The version "amiable" is especially recommended with mild cheeses, and the type "sweet" matches the dessert.

Serving suggestions
Malvasia frizzy
-light appetizers
-desserts (buslan)

Malvasia sweet
- pastries
- cakes with cream

Malvasia sparkling
- appetizers with salami
- appetizers with vegetables

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