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La Biancara Maule Masieri Bianco 2017

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One Line Description La Biancara Maule Masieri Bianco, crisp, low sulphur, Italian white wine
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country Italy Italian
Region Veneto, Italy
Producer La Biancara
Vintage 2017
Wine Type Dry White Wine
Wine Style Light bodied
Grape Blend 90% Garganega 10% Other varieties
Alcohol 12% abv
Total Sulphur Level 7 mg/l
Special Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Zero Added Sulphites (Sulphur), Vegan
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La Biancara Maule Masieri Bianco, crisp, low sulphur, Italian white wine. Masieri Bianco Angiolino Maule is made from spontaneously fermented grapes, from vines grown in volcanic soils, using natural methods. Unfiltered with no added sulphites. Masieri Bianco is a blend of 90% Garganega and the rest is made up of a few other varieties which grow on his estate. The wine is kept fresh by fermentation in stainless steel with no skin contact - delicious with asparagus or pasta with homemade green pesto.

Angiolino Maule is one of the founding figures of natural farming and wine-making in Italy. He has been setting an example in both practices since the late 1980’s and is now assisted by his two sons, Francesco and Alessandro. Their estate is located in the hills of Gambellara between Verona and Vicenza where they have 9 hectares of vines on south-facing volcanic soil slopes. The health of the vineyard is maintained by mowing the grass between the vines, using only naturally produced plant compost (which they make on the property), controlling diseases through the use of herbal teas and other natural products, and bringing back the natural balance to the soil by means of sowing cereals or legumes (oats, field beans, etc.) In the cellar the non-interventionist approach involves eliminating any artificial products such as selected yeasts, enzymes, etc. They use only natural yeasts, do not filter or fine the wine, and add only a very small amount of sulphur dioxide to the wines just before bottling. For some of the wines, sulphur dioxide has been eliminated completely. These wines are about as pure as they get. Not surprisingly, they taste just like delicious grape juice

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