Vineyard Notes: The roughly 50-year-old Malvasia grapes are from ancient hillside vineyards in the town of Arce in the village of Tramonti. The vineyards are certified biodynamic.
Colour: golden yellow with greenish highlights
Perfume: intense fruity and floral perfume with citrus notes
Taste: full-bodied, harmonious and balanced, with great sapidity even-tempered by it's freshness.
Food pairings: vegetable and meat dishes, soups, baked fish
Fermentation: Spontaneous with indigenous yeast
Malolactic Fermentation: Yes
Aging: 12 months in concrete tanks
Tasting Notes: Fatìa has a fruity and floral perfume with citrus notes. The wine is full-bodied on the palate. It is harmonious and balanced with great sapidity and freshness. Try pairing this white wine with veggie and meat soups and fried fish.
Located in Arce in the basso(low) Lazio, Palazzo Tronconi is a story of attachment to people and place. One time engineer Marco Marrocco, owner of the estate and whose father came from here, spent a lot of his childhood with grandparents in this very special place.
Marco acquired the land in 2010 and with just 2.5ha started replanting in spring 2011. Right from the start, Marco’s aims were two-fold – to support the re-emergence of native varieties and to do this working in the most natural way possible.
Work to gain certification started immediately and Palazzo Tronconi was Demeter certified in 2015.
Palazzo Tronconi is the only winery to focus on the rediscovery of these forgotten varieties namely Capolongo, Lecinaro, Maturano and Pampanaro and Raspato Nero(previously known as Ulivello).
Now at just over 14 hectares, Palazzo Tronconi is an important estate working to share these wines from the indigenous varieties with consumers around the world.
Palazzo Tronconi is a member of winemakers' associations Renaissance des Appellations, Vi.Te and VinNatur. With no intervention in the vineyard, the best fruit is brought to the winery where the wines are vinified and aged in cement.
Natural yeasts, no fining and low sulphites at bottling to produce wines that are of place, that are clean and elegant.
The names behind the labels
Zitore – 100% Lecinaro – the name is a dedication to his grandfather Salvatore. A deep pomegranate colour, the aroma of chocolate, in additional to the classical aromas of fruit, blackberry and currant. Tannins are well balanced by the acidity.
Fregellae - Named after an ancient Roman colony. A blend of the three little know variety of white grapes (Maturano, Capolongo and Pampanaro)
Arraiete – arcese dialect exclamation of surprise or marvel
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