Stravino di Stravino
Uno Stravino d'eccellenza...
The name of this unforgettable white wine
connects in part to the name Stravino, one of
the typical villages of our mountain valley; more importantly, however, is the word play involved,
Stravino means that the wine is something so special that is “beyond wine”. Stravino is made
from a blend of Riesling, Incrocio Manzoni, Kerner, Chardonnay and Sauvignon grapes, each
varietal harvested in its own time and manner: some of the grapes are late-harvested, others are barrel-aged, and yet others are stainless-steel aged. In sum, each varietal is vinified to exalt and define its respective qualities before being carefully blended into a full, velvety wine exhibiting an intense, complex suite of aromas.
Stravino is opulent in every organoleptic property yet amazingly balanced for pure drinkability.
Chardonnay, Riesling Renano, Sauvignon, Kerner and Incrocio Manzoni
Stravino village, at 550 m a.s.l. with southwest exposure.
Vine training system
Some of the grapes are late harvested, the rest are dried on grates, then they are separately
vinified in wood or stainless steel.