The historic Coppo winery, an institution rooted in the fascinating area of Canelli, Piedmont, since the early 1900s, offers a varied selection of very high quality wines. These wines range from the tradition of native vines to the elegance of the main international varieties. The Chardonnay vineyards are located in a privileged position, kissed by the sun and well ventilated, with south and south-east exposure, located at an altitude of 200 meters above sea level.
During the harvest, the healthiest and ripest grapes are carefully selected directly in the vineyard and then transported to the cellar, where they undergo fermentation in French oak barriques. The wine continues its maturation process in wood for 9 months on the yeasts, with frequent stirring of the lees, to enrich its structure and aromatic bouquet.
Straw yellow color with golden notes. On the nose yellow pulp fruit, citrus peel, floral tones, hints of hazelnut, toasted dried fruit, brioche bread, vanilla, sweet spices and a subtle note of blond tobacco. The entry into the mouth is harmonious and velvety, with generous fruit and a creamy and persistent sip, which flows into a long, savory and pleasantly fresh finish.
Ideal for fish-based dishes in sauce, delicate white meats and medium-aged soft cheeses.