Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety originated in the Burgundy and is now grown wherever wine is produced and is an important component of many sparkling wines, including for example Champagne. Chardonnay is a grape that happily reflects the terroir in which it’s grown and also gleefully responds to a variety of vinification techniques.
Chardonnay Doc Piave “Il Tralcetto”boasts an impressive range of flavours, with note of apple, banana and crusty bread and it reveals a delicate and elegant nose
About the Producer
Every wine is influenced by the background and the atmosphere in which it matures and that’s why, as we have learned thanks to ancient cellarmen and our father Italo Cescon we give our wines all the time that they need to mature into our modern and functional cellar next to our headquarters in Roncadelle, Treviso, that consists of:
Vinification: there are steel tanks for fermentation and stockpiling, with automatic device for temperature control and for sur-lie practice during maturation time, both for red and white wines.
An elevation cellar with Slavonia wood barrels, oaken barriques and tonneaux selected for us by an expert French cooper. The passage in wood allows the wine to take advantage of all those substances which, together with the constant micro aeration typical of the storage place, determine the enrichment of its bouquet and the achievement of an ideal aromatic and organoleptic complexity.
Refinement in bottles concludes the wine’s maturation. It completes its evolution becoming more refined from the olfactory and tasting point thanks to the controlled temperature that permits to wines to reach their optimal equilibrium.