Solativo vendemmia tardiva

  • his wine is made with Erbaluce grapes harvested very late in the season (this is highly unusual in the Canavese region). Grapes are left to dry on the vines until December, then they are harvested, put in cases and pressed. The must undergoes fermentation in barriques at low temperatures and is then refined for ten months, again in barriques.



  • Tasting notes

  • Colour: Intense straw-yellow.
  • Nose: Fine, elegant nose with hints of ripe fruit and honey.
  • Palate: Sweet, warm, and rich to the palate, with a vanilla and fruit finish.

  • Technical notes

  • Variety: Erbaluce
  • Name: Solativo Vendemmia Tardiva
  • Region: Canavese (Piedmont)
  • Soil type: glacial moraine
  • Harvest: by hand
  • Harvest time: December
  • Number of bottles: about 2,000

  • Serving suggestions:

  • Serve cool (10 C°) in small dessert glasses. Exquisite with blue-veined cheeses or foi gras or simply on its own.