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We make wine respecting the vine varieties and our territory

The Perfect Balance

The names of our three wines bear witness to the strong bond with the territory. In the local dialect, “POVENTO” means “little wind” and indicates a place sheltered from the wind, exactly like the place where the vineyard rises; “RIGALDO” is the name of a nearby moat, and “PIAGGIONE” is the name the people of Castello delle Forme have given to that particular area of soil, whose composition almost resembles that of a beach.

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POVENTO

100% Trebbiano Procanico

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RIGALDO

100% Grechetto

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PIAGGIONE

100% Chardonnay

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POVENTO

Grape variety: 100% Trebbiano Procanico
Training system:  Training system
Vintage:  Third ten days of September
Winemaking: Only free-run must resulting from soft pressing in steel temperature-controlled tanks
Ageing: In stainless steel tanks, for 5 months on the lees
Alcohol content: 12,50 %
Serving temperature: 10-12°C
Consumption: It expresses its full freshness potential in the summer following the vintage and, in any case, during the first few years after bottling

RIGALDO

Grape variety: 100% Grechetto
Training system:  Guyot
Vintage:  Second ten days of September
Winemaking: Only free-run must resulting from soft pressing in steel temperature-controlled tanks
Ageing: In stainless steel tanks, for 6 months on the lees
Alcohol content: 14 %
Serving temperature: 10-12°C
Consumption: It expresses its full taste and minerality potential a few months after bottling. It withstands a few years’ bottle ageing

PIAGGIONE

Grape variety: 100% Chardonnay
Training system:  Spur cordon
Vintage:  First ten days of September
Winemaking: Only free-run must resulting from soft pressing in new 225-litre French oak barriques
Ageing: In French oak barriques, for 6 months on the lees
Alcohol content: 14 %
Serving temperature: 12-13°C
Consumption: Excellent intensity due to its long ageing on yeasts. Slight vanilla notes that leave room to varietal notes and of fruit, such as pineapple and pear, with slight smoked notes

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