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Product Description

Faded rose in colour with a shade of peach blossom and a fine, persistent perlage. The bouquet is intense, fruity and complex with floral nuances and ripe passion fruit. Well-balanced, the wine is full-bodied, with a pleasant acidity and fresh flavour.

  • Feature(s): Vegetarian
  • Winemaker: Alberto Marchisio
  • Alcohol (ABV): 11.5 %
  • Acidity: 6 g/l
  • Residual sugar: 16 g/l
  • pH: 3.16
  • Grape Varieties:80% Merlot , 20% Grenache/Garnacha
  • Region:Veneto
  • Closure:Natural Cork

More Information

More Information
Grape Variety Merlot
Package 75cl
Region Veneto
Producer Ca di Alte
Strength ABV 11.5%
Origin Text

Ca' di Alte was created by winemaker Alberto Marchisio. Although Piemontese himself, he has been working in the Veneto for some years. He joined Cantina Colli Vicentini as director and winemaker with the 2012 vintage and has since dramatically improved the quality of the wines. The grapes are grown primarily on the hills south of Vicenza, the Colli Berici, where the hillside sites ensure lower yields and better ripeness of the grapes. With Alberto's hand in the winery, the delicate aromas of the wines have been preserved. The Palladian window on the label acknowledges the work of the great Andrea Palladio, many of whose masterpieces are now UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The 16th century architect lived in Montecchio Maggiore, home of the Colli Vicentini winery, and Vicenza most of his life.

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Ca di Alte

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Product Origins

Ca' di Alte was created by winemaker Alberto Marchisio. Although Piemontese himself, he has been working in the Veneto for some years. He joined Cantina Colli Vicentini as director and winemaker with the 2012 vintage and has since dramatically improved the quality of the wines. The grapes are grown primarily on the hills south of Vicenza, the Colli Berici, where the hillside sites ensure lower yields and better ripeness of the grapes. With Alberto's hand in the winery, the delicate aromas of the wines have been preserved. The Palladian window on the label acknowledges the work of the great Andrea Palladio, many of whose masterpieces are now UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The 16th century architect lived in Montecchio Maggiore, home of the Colli Vicentini winery, and Vicenza most of his life.