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Sparkling Orange Wine Vej by Podere Pradarolo 2014

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Sparkling Orange Wine Vej by Podere Pradarolo

A beautiful and unique sparkling orange wine.

With an amber colour that recalls the colour of the natural Malvasia grape in the sun.

On the nose, especially a touch of typical Malvasia aromatics and floral notes.

On the palate this sparkling orange wine is full bodied and the tannins stand out, the finish is fresh and dry.

Made from organic grapes, with 60 days of maceration, no added sulphur dioxide, use of native yeast only and without filtration.

Sparkling Orange Wine Vej by Podere Pradarolo spends 16 months on the yeasts for the tirage, before the actual disgorgement.

Pas dosé & Millesimé. A very rare style of traditional method sparkling orange wine.

The Producer

The Pradarolo Farm is in Varano de’ Melegari in the province of Parma.

The farm where the vineyards, wine cellar and villa are located, is between 250 and 500 meters above sea level.

It is on the left bank of the river Ceno, where it forms a kind of natural amphitheatre fully exposed to the south.

One part is badlands and the rest is mainly fodder and vineyard.

Orange Wine Making

The wine making in Sparkling Orange Wine Vej by Podere Pradarolo shows a complete absence of preservatives, additives and stabilizers.

This is possible only if you have available a fruit with excellent properties.

The long maceration (a tradition especially in Georgia and Armenia, cradle of viniculture) making wine which is stable without using additives.

Using these techniques they especially extract the most colour, fragrance, aroma, vitamins, and polyphenols from the fruit.

The goal in the vineyards is to reach a balanced ecosystem especially with density, pruning, productivity and weed control.

This is why the preservation of the biodiversity is especially considered a key factor for obtaining an organic grown product.

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