"Dire Bere Baciare"
(13% AbV). The declassified Malvasia 2016 “Dire Bere Baciare” is labelled simply as “vino” and stands outside the Italian conventional classification system. It is not allowed put on the label both the vintage year and the variety. Dire Bere Baciare translation is “Telling, Drinking, Kissing”. Fruit for this wine is sourced from the Vigna Bianca vineyard.
This monovarietal aromatic and exotic Malvasia, naturally-ferments with its own yeast and skins in stainless steel tanks and undergoes a pretty long bottle ageing before the release to the market. Its bouquet is soft and mellow, but its palette reveals a dry and astringent structure, almost reminiscent of green tea leaves. Like “spin the bottle;” where your senses spin and turn … you wonder where they’ll stop. But there’s nothing more to do, just drink it. This skin macerated wine presents an awesome orange color and the label’s bare, somehow naked design reflects the minimalistic wine’s style. Total sulfites 28 mg/lt. Unfined and Unfiltered. 2.000 bottles produced only.