Hilaris Vino Frizzante IGT

Technical Sheet

GRAPE VARIETY OR BLEND
Blend of indigenous white grape varieties.

TERROIR AND CLIMATE
The grapes for our frizzante Hilaris are harvested from young vineyards, planted on the plain near the “Colli Asolani” hills (within the province of Treviso, Veneto). These vineyards benefit from the mild, temperate climate of the area. The soil composition is a balanced combination of silt, clay and sand.

YIELD
250 q/Ha. Estimated yield per plant: 10 kg.

WINEMAKING
The destemmed grapes are loaded into our press for soft pressing. The juice is then fermented at low-temperature in a stainless steel tank to enhance the natural aromas of the grapes. After about 10 days the wine has achieved a sufficient, yet low alcohol content and the primary fermentation is complete. We stock the wine in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks until the secondary fermentation: the phase during which the still, base wine is transformed into a sparkling wine. According to the Martinotti-Charmat method, we introduce the still wine into pressurised stainless-steel tanks along with selected yeasts and sugar which stimulate the production of natural bubbles of carbon dioxide in the wine. After cooling and filtering, our fFrizzante Hilaris is finally bottled under pressure, to preserve the bubbles, using our state-of-the-art bottling line and sealed with the handy crown-cap closure.

TECHNICAL DATA
Alcohol: 10,5% vol
Total acidity: 5,5‰
Dry extract: 15‰
Residual sugar: 14 g/l
Pressure: 5 bar

TASTING NOTES
Bright, straw-yellow in the glass with soft yet lively effervescence due to its “Frizzante” style. Intense bouquet, displaying hints of melon and apple and distinctive grapey notes. Zesty and refreshing with just the right amount of fruit.

FOOD PAIRING
An easy-drinking, thirst-quenching frizzante wine, ideal for an easy toast with friends or as an all-round wine. Pairs easily with with canapés and charcuterie but also with chicken dishes or pasta.

SERVING TEMPERATURE
8 – 10 °C

 
Technical Sheet