Vigilius, Teroldego Rotaliano - 2019

Named after the family’s ancestor, Vigilius is a wine with velvety tannins, an intense and complex bouquet of red fruits, balsamic aromas and caramel. Perfect pairing with beef stew.

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Wine tasting advice

Deep ruby red with garnet reflections.
Intense and complex bouquet: balsamic aromas, spicy, fruity (berries, berries of wood), notes of caramel, butter and vanilla. Delicately mineral back-mouth, typical of graphite and clay soils.
Structured and warm, with velvety and elegant tannins.

Vinification

Fermentation in 20 hl oak barrels. 18-month ageing (12 months in barrels and 6 months in French oak barrels). Aged in bottles for 8 to 10 months.

Terroir

Granite and limestone soil, pebbles and alluvial debris typical of Campo Rotaliano, shaped by the River Noce (formerly called “Ulzbach,” hence the name of the domain).

Appellation : Teroldego Rotaliano DOC
Garde : 10 ans
0.75 L
% 14.0
18°

Le vigneron

The history of the de Vescovi Ulzbach wine estate began in 1641 when Vigilio de Vescovi left his village to descend the course of the river Noce (at the time called Ulzbach). He settled in the heart of Campo Rotaliano, the cradle of the Teroldego grape that his descendants have grown as early as 1708.

Centuries later, in 2003, Giulio took over the helm of the family flagship, switched the production toward organic viticulture. He tried new winemaking techniques to bring modern, high-class wines to life, while remaining true to the distinctive characteristics of Teroldego and other grape varieties. Moreover, he is undertaking to extend his growing area to the Valle de Non, further north, to produce very tasteful mountain white wines.

Deep ruby red with garnet reflections.
Intense and complex bouquet: balsamic aromas, spicy, fruity (berries, berries of wood), notes of caramel, butter and vanilla. Delicately mineral back-mouth, typical of graphite and clay soils.
Structured and warm, with velvety and elegant tannins.

Vinification

Fermentation in 20 hl oak barrels. 18-month ageing (12 months in barrels and 6 months in French oak barrels). Aged in bottles for 8 to 10 months.

Terroir

Granite and limestone soil, pebbles and alluvial debris typical of Campo Rotaliano, shaped by the River Noce (formerly called “Ulzbach,” hence the name of the domain).