A la volée, La Palazzola


60% Pinot Noir
35% Chardonnay
5% Malvasia and Trebbiano

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Stroncone, Umbria


Truffle omelette, fish appetizers, seafood risotto, grilled prawns, white pizza with mortadella,
semi aged cheeses. 

Regional Recipe

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By Daniela Pareschi

Exclusively for Roscioli Wine Club & Rimessa Roscioli

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Winemaker Notes

The grapes come from vineyards located in the countryside surrounding Terni at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level, planted on clayey soil, rich in skeleton. In the vineyard, the dictates of organic farming are followed, excluding the use of chemical or synthetic substances, while in the cellar, after the fermentation of the base wines, they proceed with refermentation in the bottle according to the Champenoise method.
This label is produced exclusively for the Roscioli Wine Club, after disgorging by hand the sparkling wine is not dosed in order to offer the true essence of the Umbrian territory at every sip. 

The Story

The winery is located a few kilometers from Terni, surrounded by vineyards perched on a gentle slope. The name comes from the hill headed by the ruins of an ancient medieval tower; this position brings a constant breeze from the south-east that dries and keeps the vineyards in good health.

Visiting the vines we understand that the producer's mission is to respect the territory that through the climate, the position, but above all the soil influences the ripening of the grapes. In short, they try to produce a unique grape true expression of the vintage.

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