MONASTERO SAUVIGNON Trentino DOC
Maso Togn, located at 700 m a.s.l. on the apical part of the Faedo alluvial fan; 20-30 % slope, south-west exposure. Soil made from moraine deposit in marly-calcareous mineralogy, sub-alkaline, deep, loam texture, clay 8-10 %, rich in texture and with a good amount of organic matter.
Installation dated 1996, vine density 5.600 plants/hectare, vertical-trellised and guyot training.
Grapes harvested by hand during the second ten days of September, output of 60-70 quintals/hectare (1,4 kg/vine).
Traditional white wine vinification process with short cold maceration of crushed grapes. Fermentation partly in steel containers and partly in oak barrels.
Number of bottles produced
Serve at 12°C
Tasting notes and table companions
Straw-yellow colour: well-balanced aroma with interwoven fruity and vegetable overtones. Good structure, with varietal after-aroma.
This is a solidly-built wine, particularly suitable for fish or meat appetizers or first courses in general.