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The Little Mermaid Sparkling

La Sirenetta (Metodo Classico)
Rosato/Rosé wine

Rosato made from pinot nero grapes. Refreshing with hints of tropical fruits. 

The Name: "la Sirenetta" - "the Little Mermaid", is one of the Hans Christian Anderson's tale. Click here to read more about the stories and how we name our wines.  Since 2020, we start to make Rosato Spumante (sparkling Rosé). Download here the technical data sheet of our sparkling Rosé


Vintage:                                       2020

Grape variety:                             100 % Pinot nero

Production:                                  3000 bottles

Average yield per ha:                 1000 kgs

Bottle size:                                    75cl



Color:                                            Salmon color

Bouquet:                                       Aromas tropical fruits

Taste:                                             Medium bodied with fruity acidity 

Evolution:                                       0-3 years

Alcohol content/pH level:           12.4%/3.7

Total acidity/Sugar content:       5.6 /15 grams per liter

Serving temperature:                  5-10 Celsius


Location :                                      Bionzo, Costiglioled’Asti

Special characteristics:              South west exposure

Soil type:                                       Calcareous clay

Age of vines:                                 8 years

Training system:                           Guyot

Average altitude:                          300 meters above sea level

Vineyard size:                                0.3 ha

Farming:                                        Biological, no herbicides used.

Wine making

Time of harvest:                           Mid August 2020

Cellar:                                            Az. Agricola Qimisola, Bionzo

Fermentation:                               Alcoholic (4 days) and malo-lactic
                                                       fermentations in stainless steel tanks 

Aging:                                            None

Bottling:                                         March 2021

Release:                                         November 2022

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