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Sauvignon Vigneto Campo Napoleone Igt delle Venezie
This wine is for people who love intense aromatic flavors. The grapes are cultivated such that each plant produces only a few bunches. Already on the plant, special complex hints start to develop, which are rich in reminders of spices, clarity, detail and great body. It is only by concentrating on the grapevine that such a surprising Sauvignon can be created.

Production zone: Campo Napoleone in Dolcè (VR)
Grape varieties: 100 % Sauvignon Blanc – Age of the Vineyard : 25 years.
Soil composition: Warm morainic soil of medium fertility.
Vineyard – Growing systems and principal training forms: Characteristic double “pergola trentina” with rigorous winter pruning, and intervention on the vegetation for leaf control apparatus and production. Protection against parasites and soil management respecting the environment.
Harvest: Manual, around mid September .
Vinification: Pressing the stemless grapes with maceration of the skins at low temperature for 10 hours. Separation of the skins by low-pressure pressing and long fermentation at 18° C in stainless steel tanks. Maturation in contact with its own yeasts and partial malolactic fermentation.
Sensory profile: Straw yellow in colour with flecks of light green. Typical aromatic scents with primary hints of pepper and sage. In the mouth there is rich tropical fruit and it is extremely balanced.
Storage: In standing bottles when consumption is expected within a short time. Otherwise it is suggested to lay the bottle down at a temperature as close as possible to 16 – 18° C in the dark.
Bottle and content: Bordolese bottle of  0,75 lt.
Packaging: Box containing 6 bottles positioned horizontally (12 for the market in the U.S.A.).
Food pairings: Ideal accompaniment for warm hors-d’oeuvres and fish with sauces. It is fantastic with any asparagus based dish.
Service temperature: 12 – 14° C.

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Albino Armani winery is a working tradition that goes back in time. The first evidence of vineyard ownership was in 1607. Today, Albino Armani vineyards are located in three different Italian regions (Veneto, Trentino and Friuli) and they cover about 230 acres of land. In 1962, the municipality of Dolcè (Veneto) became the winery’s home base; it is located in the southern part of the Adige Valley, a glacial valley characterized by a strong identity. We have a strong bond with the territory where our grapevines grow. To preserve them, each day is a challenge for us and the risk of losing our produce is the guiding spirit that gives us the strength to keep doing our job. Our wines are the exact representation of where the grapes come from and in the same time, they describe their own territory of origin. For example, our white wines have fresh bouquet notes of white flowers, result of temperature fluctuations and constant ventilation typical of the Trentino land; and our red wines, on the other hand are original in character, fresh yet complex, result of the high altitude of the Valpolicella hills.