- Bottle Size: 0,75 l
- 10,5% Alc. Vol.
- Sulphites: 100 – 120 mg/l (-60% – -52% legal limit)
- Sugar: 19-22 gr/l
- Acidity: 6,2 – 6,6 gr/l
- PH: 3 – 3,2
In vineyard: This wine is created by two international grape varieties, Chardonnay and Sauvignon, grown with different objectives and techniques. Chardonnay comes from cooler areas and is harvested at perfect maturity. Sauvignon comes from sunnier vineyards.
In cellar: After the harvest, the two varieties are vinified separately.Chardonnay follows a slow fermentation and at low temperatures the mineral notes and freshness; Sauvignon after alcoholic fermentation follows an aging on the lees in steel tanks at a controlled temperature.
In tasting: The color is a straw yellow with golden reflections. The aromas range from the delicate aromas of white peach given by Chardonnay to those of the decisive floral and citrus notes of Sauvignon. In the mouth, the entrance is enveloping, the excellent flavor supports the slight sweetness due to the over-ripening of the Sauvignon grapes.
Plus: Pralis is a welcome return to Casa Paladin, but under a new guise: it presents itself as a modern wine enhanced by the perfect marriage between these two vines that blend together minerality, aroma, freshness and complexity.
Pairings: Aperitif wine, excellent with blue cheeses. Guessed with cured raw hams, delicate risottos and fish.
Taste at 8°C
– 92 PointsI migliori vini italiani – Luca Maroni Guide
– Gold Medal Gilbert&Gaillard Guide
– Gold Medal at Berliner Wein Trophy