Cantina Giara

Mons-Roni Cannitum

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Type:

still wine

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Color:

white

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Appellation:

IGP Bianco di Puglia

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Region:

Italy > Puglia

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Grape varieties

Moscatello Selvatico, Verdeca, Malvasia
(Verdeca 70% – Malvasia 20% – Moscatello Selvatico 10%)

Styles


Skin-contact (orange)
Zero-zero
Summer Wine
Funky

Hard facts


Practicing organic
Practicing biodynamic
No added SO2
Hand harvest
Native yeast
unfiltered
unfined

Back in time there were two villages, Montrone and Canneto and they were rivals. Later, they were joined and turned into a single town called Adelfia, from the Greek adelphos, which means “brotherhood”. Mons-Roni Cannitum was born with this ancient feud in mind, and with the idea of creating a wine that would unite the two towns in an ideal hug. The wine is obtained from 70% Verdeca, 20% Malvasia and 10% Moscatello Selvatico grapes. The vineyards are cultivated over calcareous-clay soils and with the use of biodynamic practices. Harvest is done by hand with the use of small wooden crates. Fermentation is spontaneous, without addition of any kind of yeast. Wine is unfiltered unfined, and aged in steel after a long maceration on the skins.

Vineyard


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Age of the vines:

35 years

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Soil:

calcareous/clay

Winemaking


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Harvest:

Unknown

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Bottling:

Unknown

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Elevage:

stainless

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Winemaking notes:

Natural fermentation with native yeasts 6-9 days maceration in stainless steel. No temperature control.

Elevage details:

Aged 12 months in steel.

Facts


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ABV:

12.5%

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Production (~bottles per year):

2800


Cantina Giara

Mons-Roni Cannitum

wine info image

Type:

still wine

wine info image

Color:

white

wine info image

Appellation:

IGP Bianco di Puglia

wine info image

Region:

Italy > Puglia

wine info image

Grape varieties

Moscatello Selvatico, Verdeca, Malvasia
(Verdeca 70% – Malvasia 20% – Moscatello Selvatico 10%)

Styles


Skin-contact (orange)
Zero-zero
Summer Wine
Funky

Hard facts


Practicing organic
Practicing biodynamic
No added SO2
Hand harvest
Native yeast
unfiltered
unfined

Back in time there were two villages, Montrone and Canneto and they were rivals. Later, they were joined and turned into a single town called Adelfia, from the Greek adelphos, which means “brotherhood”. Mons-Roni Cannitum was born with this ancient feud in mind, and with the idea of creating a wine that would unite the two towns in an ideal hug. The wine is obtained from 70% Verdeca, 20% Malvasia and 10% Moscatello Selvatico grapes. The vineyards are cultivated over calcareous-clay soils and with the use of biodynamic practices. Harvest is done by hand with the use of small wooden crates. Fermentation is spontaneous, without addition of any kind of yeast. Wine is unfiltered unfined, and aged in steel after a long maceration on the skins.

Vineyard


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Age of the vines:

35 years

vineyard info image

Soil:

calcareous/clay

Winemaking


winemaking info image

Harvest:

Unknown

winemaking info image

Bottling:

Unknown

winemaking info image

Elevage:

stainless

winemaking info image

Winemaking notes:

Natural fermentation with native yeasts 6-9 days maceration in stainless steel. No temperature control.

Elevage details:

Aged 12 months in steel.

Facts


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ABV:

12.5%

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Production (~bottles per year):

2800