Schioppettino

A native grape that takes its name because it pops (“schioppetta”) with spiciness in your mouth. Ancient times was called Ribolla Nera: the acidity of the wine is
the link he has with the Ribolla Gialla.

Clear

Additional information

Color

Pale ruby red, with purple hues.

Nose

Berry like blackberry, raspberry, blueberry; intense; grapey; slightly peppery.

Palate

Dry, medium bodied; prominent yet fine tannins; elegant; plenty of acidity; spicy.

Suggested Serving Temperatures

18 – 20° C

Culinary combination

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