Pergola Aleatico Vernaculum

It is obtained from the grapes of an aleatico clone present in the territory since 1234, the year the Eugubini founded the city of Pergola. The wine has a ruby ​​red color on a purple base. The aromas are very intense with hints of cherry, pomegranate and small forest fruits. It is dry and fresh on the palate, harmonious with distinctive characteristics. It is best served with cured meats, white meats, dishes based on truffles and mushrooms, and fish soup. Vernaculum is a fantasy name, transliteration from the latin word Vernaculus which means indigenous, native of the place.
Appellation
Pergola Aleatico DOC
Region
Marche go to region
Zone
Montalfoglio
Varietals
Vernaccia Rossa di Pergola 100%
Wine Type
Red wine

Vernaccia Rossa di Pergola

Vineyard extension
4 ha
Year of planting
1976, 1991
Soil type
Montalfoglio district: medium texture, tending to clayey. Montevecchio district: tending to calcarous
Exposure
South East, East
Grape yield per hectare tons
6
Average production/year
20000 btls
Vessel of fermentation
Stainless steel vat
Temperature of fermentation
25-28 °C
Length of fermentation
7-10 days
Vessel of aging
Glazed cement vats
Length of aging
3 months

Tasting Notes

Serving temperature 14-16 °C

Pairings Salame, white meat, dishes with truffle and mushrooms, fish soups.

Color Ruby red with purple reflections

Nose Intense, cherry, pomegranate, underbrush berry notes.

Palate Dry, fresh, harmonic, typical

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