The 1st vintage of Bianco di Ampeleia was 2016. A neighbor’s vineyard had old vines of a local biotype of Trebbiano Toscano; Ampeleia used its cuttings and starting planting in 2013, between Ampeleia di Mezzo and Ampeleia di Sopra (300-600m with varied soil composition). The vineyards were planted to 90% Trebbiano, 5% Ansonaco (aka Ansonica aka Inzolia), and 5% Malvasia. In true field-blend fashion, the three varieties are interspersed through the vineyard. The grapes were co-harvested at yields of 50hl/ha in mid-September and co-fermented in concrete vats, with 7-10 days contact with the skins. It aged on its lees for 6 months in concrete. 12,000 bottles made.
|Style||Orange Wine, Organic|
|Varietal||Ansonica, Malvasia, Trebbiano|
|Price Range||$10 – $20|
Categories: White, WINES Tags: Barton Distilling Company, Bourbon, George Dickel, Kentucky, MGP Distillery, Proof and Wood, Tennessee, Whiskey (American)