Bramaterra, Antoniotti
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Bramaterra, Antoniotti - 2019

Item # 47598 750mL

The Antoniotti family has been making wine in their town of Casa del Bosco in northern Piemonte for generations. Today Odilio, along with his son Mattia, work the vines and make the wines in the same traditional manner. Bramaterra is Italy's smallest of small appellations where the soils are volcanic and porphyr-based. The grapes were hand picked, destemmed, macerated in underground cement tanks and then racked into stainless steel. Aged in large botti of at least 1250 liters in underground cellars for at least 30 months.

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