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Gran Masetto Rosso Endrizzi


GRAN MASETTO 'ROSSO ENDRIZZI

Trentino has an unsuspected and very ancient tradition for

the production of wine: there is even talk of crops prior to

the Roman era.Certainly the Teroldego Rotaliano remains the

undisputed pearl as far as the autochthonous red vines are

concerned. Also the Marzemino then receives a certain

consensus, always growing. On the other hand, Nosiola remains

the best known and most widespread native white grape.

This region shines for the production of Classic Method

sparkling wines and the Trento DOC denomination is the

absolute representation of it. Vines of French origin are

often used, such as Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Pinot

Nero.South Tyrolean viticulture revolves around some

excellent native vines.The red grapes are grown mostly in the

plains, along the fertile banks of the Adige and Isarco

rivers.For white grapes, vineyards with an altitude above 300

meters are usually preferred, thanks to their better sun

exposure. About a century ago, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot,

herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Pinot Bianco and

Pinot Nero were introduced with great success.


Endrizzi's “Gran Masetto” represents one of the best

expressions of pure Teroldego. A reference label for those

who want to know the face of excellence of this interesting

native vine of Trentino.

The red "Gran Masetto" is the spearhead of the production of

Cantina Endrizzi. The grapes of the "Gran Masetto" come from

a selection of the best bunches of vineyards trained in

Trentino pergola systems in the municipalities of

Mezzolombardo and Mezzocorona and Guyot in the Masetto cru.

The wine rests in barrique for at least 20 months and

completes the refinement period with 6 months in the bottle.

In the glass it has an intense and deep garnet red color.

The olfactory picture is complex and fascinating with aromas

of small berries, ripe red fruit, notes of sweet spices and

alpine herbs. The entry on the palate is harmonious with

evolved tannins, an elegant fruit and a finish of great

balance and persistence of taste.


Producer


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Guida dei vini

I greci hanno portato la vite nella penisola italiana che hanno chiamato Enotria ossia "paese del vino". I romani la diffusero nell'Impero,facendo dell'Italia uno dei luoghi cardine di questa cultura.

Si parla appunto di cultura del vino perché le varie pratiche vitivinicole hanno dato al vino significato sociale simbolico e religioso.Quando degustiamo un vino,siamo condizionati anche fattori culturali, ambientali e di stile di vita.In Italia e nell'area Mediterranea il vino assume un valore sacrale nella liturgia cristiana.

Il vino può raccontare la storia, la cultura nelle sue diverse espressioni.In un sorso di vino c’è il lavoro in vigna e in cantina.


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Italy is home of a huge array of wines, regions,
grapevarieties and wine styles. From the misty, lush rolling hills ofthe north to the sun-drenched hills of Tuscany, Umbria, theMarche and Abruzzo, to the southern lands of Puglia,Calabria and Basilicata, while not forgetting the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Italy's vineyards are home to more than 2,000 grape varieties, many ofwhich are on the
brink of extinction. The safest and best-known Italiangrapes are Sangiovese, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Montepulciano and Pinot
Grigio.When we think of Italian wine two words spring to mind: diversity and tradition. It’s important to understand
something of the history of excellence from Italy's unique terroirs.

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