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Tombola di Pin Talento Millesimato Metodo Classico

93 points James Suckling

90 points Luca Maroni

2 glasses Gambero Rosso

It is obtained from the "Tombola di Pin" vineyard in the "Colvendrame"estate, which is located in the hills of Refrontolo, a UNESCO Wold Heritage site. The soil rich in tufa, the wide changes of temperature from day to night and the refining of the wine in bottle with its yeasts for 120 months, give this limited production of Talento a great class and elegance.

Chardonnay and Pinot Noir
Historical Notes
Colvendrame estate, on the hills of Refrontolo, between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, a UNESCO Wold Heritage site. Colvendrame is the name of the hill where this vineyard is located. It has an excellent exposition to the sun and an excellent climate. Among these gentle slopes there is an elevated point, marked in the old maps as a trigonometric point, called "Tombola di Pin". Around this Tombola, in a marl soil favoured by an excellent climate, lie the vines and the grapes are left to ripen in order to produce this limited quantity of champenois method spumante.
Alcohol content
12-12,5% by vol.
Tasting Characteristics
fine and persistent perlage, straw yellow colour, fragrant aroma, very delicate of fresh bread crust, full body, aristocratic, smooth, with hazelnut notes.
Food Matching
it can accompany any food matching. Ideal with oysters, fruits de mer and raw prawns.
Colvendrame Estate, UNESCO Wold Heritage Hills
The Colvendrame estate in Refrontolo is located in Veneto in the hilly area between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, a UNESCO Wold Heritage site, north of Treviso and Venice at about 300 m above sea level. “Colvendrame” is the name of the hill where there is our vineyard and is in the "Colli di Conegliano" and "Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene" D.O.C. wines area.  In this estate in the second half of 1800 the De Stefani family started growing vines and producing wines, with such a f [...] Read more

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