Baloi is an elegant sparkling rosè wine obtained through Charmat method in order to preserve its varietal aromas and exalt its freshness and acidity.
The bouquet reveals notes of rose, little red wildberries and bread crust. Fine and persistent it goes well with meat appetizers and slightly spicy cold cuts.
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CONTROL ORGANISM AUTHORIZED BY MIPAAF
IT-BIO-007 – AGRICULTURE ITALY
ORIGIN AND PROCESSING
Appellation: Spumante Brut Rosé.
Type of wine: Sparkling wine Brut Rosé
Varietal compositon: Local red berried grapes
Vineyards: About 15 years old , spurred cordon system, organic growing
Yield: 5.0-6.0 tons/ ha
Terroir: Decomposed granite soil
Harvest: Manual harvest in crates
Vinification: The free-run must is left in contact with grapes skins for about 12 hours, then the sparkling process is started.
Processing: The must is left in contact with the skins for about 12 hours , then clarified, poured and filtered.
Later run into autoclaves with selected yeasts, sugars and mineral salts for a quick fermentation ( no longer than 15-20 days). The sparkling wine is then poured into another pressure tank trough filtration in hyperbaric environment and refrigerated at a very low temperature to facilitate the precipitation of tartaric acid. Another filtration is carried out at constant temperature in hyperbaric environment and in the same way the wine is finally bottled and corked.
Appearance: Wonderful persistent ring of foam with fine and continuous perlage. Its brilliant light pink colour recalls the shades of the Rose de France amethyst
Nose: On the nose are floral notes of rose, fruity notes of cherry with powdery notes and hints of bread crust
Taste: Dry,fresh, rich in sapidity, good salinity. All these characteristics together with a light sugar residual, make it fine and elegant on the palate
Alcoholic content: 12% Vol.
Serving temperature: 6/8 °C.
Symbol of our identity
The Cannonau grape
Wine has written the history of our community since 1665 when the Jesuit priests started the cultivation of grapes and olives. It is estimated that in 18th century they had already planted 80.000 vines of Cannonau. Wine has been a distinctive badge of pride in Oliena since then and has become part of its culture to the point that here Cannonau is not a wine like others, here in Oliena it has its own name. In fact the Cannonau of Oliena is also known and appreciated by the name of Nepente.