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Prime Brume Soave 2020

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 91 Points
Country:Italy
Regions:Veneto
Soave
Winery:Prime Brume
Grape Type:Garganega
Vintage:2020
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

The color is a brilliant straw yellow with a fresh fruit perfumes, especially apple and pear, and floral notes such as elder and bloom. The taste is very fresh and light, with a very interesting acidity. There is an important presence of mineral salts due to the volcanic origin of the soil.

Open pergola Vinification: Destemming, maceration of the grapes in the must for 12 hours, racking and long fermentation at 18 °C

Ideal as aperitif, light main courses such as pasta and risotto, shell fish and fish, soups and vegetables.

 


Review:

Brilliant emerald straw color. Aromas and flavors of brazil nuts, creme fraiche, and kiwi and starfruit with a silky, lively, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and an effortless, engaging, medium-length watermelon, yellow apple, and clementine finish. A delicious, artfully balanced soave with a great range of fruit flavors. 91 Point Beverage Tasting Institue

Winery: Prime Brume

Prime Brume Estate:

Prime Brume is a cave cooperative from the Veneto Region that was founded in 1947 by a group of 26 associated grape growers. Today there are 365 partners cultivating 650 ha of vineyard. They are dedicating to producing high quality wines from the Soave DOC made with 100% Garganega Grapes.

Date Founded:1947

Owner:365 families
Winery Philosophy:

At the end of the first millennium under the direction of the Benedectine monks, the grape growing in this region had a great impulse, abandoning the old techniques learnt from the Roman Empire times. During the centuries the art of winemaking improved quickly, reaching the present high quality now appreciated all over the world.

In 1882 the expert Domenico Lampertico in its "Studies and news on the agrarian economy of Vicenza, Lonigo and Barbarano districts" writes about this region: "we have to do a special mention to the grape growing in the town of Gambellara, where since the high quality standards are famous all over the world.

Prime Brume's vineyards are located in the center of the most important areas for the DOC wine production such as Soave, Gambellara, Colli Berici and Lessini Durello and Prosecco.

Prime Brume has a storage capacity of 160,000 hl of wine and an average harvest of 130,000 quintal of grapes. We have 365 members growing around 650 hectares of vineyards.

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Tasting Notes

Deep straw in colour. Concentrated citrus and white peach fruit flavours are complimented by delicate yeast and subtle spice aromas. The palate is clean and fresh with vibrant fruit flavours, mineral characters and a good lingering finish.


Winemaking Report

Fruit was harvested in the cool of the night and gently pressed. The juice was fermented in French oak barrels (35% new, 65% aged). Various components underwent: a wild ferment, malolactic fermentation and extended lees contact to give the wine further complexity and flavour. Individual parcels were selected and blended, then filtered to produce this Chardonnay without compromising the purity of the fruit in both flavour and aroma.


Vintage Conditions

2020 was a very good season with predominantly mild, dry days. Yields were generally low and this did result in some excellent parcels of fruit being harvested. Vine-balance was carefully monitored, resulting in fruit that demonstrates the vibrancy and fruit-derived characters that we strive for in our wines. By all accounts it was a textbook vintage.


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