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Malanotte, whose name comes from an ancient town located close to the company, is the wine that represents the more prestigious elaboration of Raboso, the ultimate expression of the territory, which contains within itself the memory of these lands, where the vines of the company, rocked on the bed of the river Sacred to the Country, enclose them in clusters that austere and distinctive flavor that make the Malanotte black diamond of Piave river.


Origin: from our vineyards in Negrisia (Tv)


Ripening: end of October


Breeding System: Guyot, G.D.C., Cordon Training


Yield: 4500 plants/hectare


Soil: Medium texture, rich in trace elements, with limestone structure.


Vinification: a part of grapes harvested places on racks undergo a period of drying, to obtain a more mellow and full-bodied wine. Then the grapes are pressed and the juice together with the skins is left to ferment and macerate for 4-5 weeks. Finally, after pressing and pressing, the must-wine is stored in oak barrels of 5 hl where it matures for about 3 years. The bottled wine is left to rest for 6 months.


Alcoholic volume: 15,5 %


Sugar: 6,5 gr. lt.


Acidity: 6,5 gr. lt.


Description: a deep red color with garnet hues and hints of cherry, blackberry and plum, accompanied by a spicy aroma.


Combinations and serving temperature: find the best combinations with red meat, game and aged cheeses. 16-18 °C.


Storage: in a cool place at 12-16 °C, protected from light, in the dark, it recommends opening the bottle one hour before serving.


Silver Medal Gran Premio Int. Mundus Vini
Medaglia d’Oro 42° Mostra dei Vini Triveneti di Camalò
85 Punti Decanter World Wine Awards 2018
Sigillo d’Argento 18° Enoconegliano

Diploma di Gran Merito 40° Mostra dei Vini Triveneti di Camalò
5 Star Award 91/100 Premio Enologico Internazionale Vinitaly 2016
Gran Menzione Concorso Enologico Internazionale Vinitaly 2015
Diploma di Gran Merito 39° Mostra dei Vini Triveneti di Camalò
Medaglia d’Argento Selezione del Sindaco 2014