Veglio's Re Della Notte and Sinfonia
Posted on 31 March 2015
Veglio Michelino e Figlio's Re Della Notte, or King of the Night, is an extra dry, sparkling white wine made with 100% Sauvignon grapes produced in Piedmont, Italy. The grapes are harvested during the first and second weeks of September. The grapes then undergo a soft pressing, de-stemming and fermentation without the skins for 10 to 15 days at a controlled temperature. The Re Della Notte is refined in stainless steel barrels and then in the bottle for three months. This wine is straw yellow in color and has a fruity bouquet with floral notes and a dry, delicate taste. Veglio's Re Della Notte is best enjoyed with fish, pizza and aperitifs and should be served between 46-50° F.
Veglio's Sinfonia is a red table wine made from a blend of Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo grapes. The Sinfonia is produced in Montelupo Albese. Grapes are softly and refined in stainless steel tanks for six months. This wine has an intense and fruity aroma and is young and low in alcohol. The Sinfonia pairs well with pizza, pastas, paninis and everyday meals.