The special ones – the chosen ones: Collis

Collis – the chosen ones
A little bit closer to heaven ... is where the vines are cultivated that provide the basis for this select drop of wine. Only fully-ripened grapes from the best slopes are made into a delicious experience for all the senses with great care.

GRATUS Cabernet Sauvignon

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GRATUS Cabernet Sauvignon

South Tyrolean Cabernet GRATUS DOC
Wine growing area: The sun-drenched plains of the Lowlands and the hilltops surrounding Montan is where we find the grapes ripening especially for our Cabernet GRATUS. The sandy clay soils provide the best conditions for the over-35-year-old vines to grow. They are cultivated using the Guyot trellis system and lie at 220 - 380 metres above sea level.
Vinification: The handpicked grapes are gently crushed and fermented for 12 days in a fermentation tank at a controlled temperature of 28°C. During the fermentation process, the must and grape skins remain in constant contact with each other in order to achieve a better fruit, colour and tannin quality. After fermentation, this Cabernet is aged for in small French oak barrels and then in the bottle.
Harvest and Yield: The sun-ripened grapes are harvested by hand from mid October. The yield is 50 hectolitres of wine per hectare.
Recommended with: This Cabernet GRATUS goes superbly well with game and exquisite, dark meat dishes.
Content: 0,75 l

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