|Serve at||8° – 10° C|
|Vineyard location||Cirò – Calabria – Italy|
|Soil type||sandy, clay|
|Altitude||100 meters above sea level|
|Training system||spurred cordon|
|Harvest||end of September|
|Plants n. x hectare||6000|
|Winemaking||without maceration with controlled temperature|
|Aging||6 months in steilness-steal tank, 2 months in bottle|
Cote di Franze – Bianco Cirò DOC 2016
|Aged in barrel|
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COTE DI FRANZE WINERY
Cote di Franze Winery consists of 9 hectares of vineyards divided into several plots of vineyards at different altitudes, the business center is located 100 meters above sea level, where lies our winery, on a plateau called “Piana of Franze,” one amazing and pristine landscape, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, where the gaze is lost for miles in the vineyards and beautiful Ionian Sea is the setting for an enchanting landscape. The cellar of Cote di Franze is headquartered in Cirò, a place where the wine is the product of centuries of excellence and it’s the passion and commitment of Francesco and Vincenzo Scilanga, that since childhood they began to learn in the family farm all the production techniques. In this winery growing and love for the vineyards is an ancient tradition that has been handed down for centuries from father to son. Actulay was cultivated 9 ha vineyard of native varieties Gaglioppo and Greek White, 2 sapling old 9000 plants per hectare, the cultivation method is biological. “Cote di Franze” is named after the town where it is located our winery, a charming area characterized by a particular soil, consisting primarily of clay that gives our wines a unique texture and aroma.
Made in Calabria
For centuries olive trees, citrus fruits and vines are the key assets of Calabria, a fertile and generous land where the wines have an ancient history. The Greeks led, in fact, in the precious vines. This explains "Enotria" name that at the time of Ancient Greece indicated the territories of Calabria and Lucania overlooking the Ionian Sea, which in greek means, precisely, "land of wine".