Enrico Serafino - Oudeis - Brut Millesimato 2019 - Alta Langa Docg - Metodo Classico - 75cl


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Enrico Serafino - Oudeis - Brut Millesimato 2019 - Alta Langa Docg - Metodo Classico - 75cl

Enrico Serafino - Oudeis - Brut Millesimato 2019 - Alta Langa Docg - Metodo Classico - 75cl

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1 BOTTLE OF 75cl.

OUDEIS comes from the Greek “Odysseus” and means nobody. In fact, no one is at the origin of the complexity of wine; only the terroir has this paternity. Enrico Serafino wants to remember him starting from the name of his classic method.
This wine is the result of the complexity of the Alta Langa terroir and the long fermentation on the yeasts, remaining complex and easily enjoyable at the same time.
OUDEIS BRUT: the Alta Langa as emotion.

Grape varieties: 85% Pinot Noir - 15% Chardonnay

On the lees: 36 months (1st disgorgement)

Disgorgement: 4 disgorgements per thousandth

Vineyard area: Mango, Trezzo Tinella, Loazzolo, San Giorgio S., Vesime, Bubbio

Alcohol: 12.50%

Food: Excellent as an aperitif, recommended with fish and shellfish dishes and throughout the meal.

Exposure: AND, SE, OR, NO

Age of vines: 15 - 25 years

Soil: Clayey - calcareous

Altitude: 300 - 550 m above sea level.

Harvests: 100% manual

Training system: Guyot

Cultivation method: Sustainable viticulture

Color: Straw yellow with golden reflections. Delicious sparkling wine with fine and persistent "perlage".

Nose: Complex, attractive, delicate, with hints of yellow flowers, white pulp fruit, bread crust and minerals.

Palate: Complex, multifaceted, vertical, dry, with hints of citrus, elegant and intense, with a rich structure and a long mineral aftertaste. Special nose-palate affinity.

Serving temperature: 4 - 6 °C

Longevity: 4 - 6 years

Fermentation process: The bunches of grapes are selected by hand on a vibrating table and pressed in an inert environment (nitrogen) with a free-run must yield of 55%. The entire process takes place without the use of augers in order to treat the grapes in the most delicate way possible.

The must is fermented in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature and stored for 6 months on the lees with bâtonnage.

Classic method: The second fermentation is carried out according to the traditional method of fermentation in the bottle, with aging on the yeasts for at least 36 months. The liqueur d'expédition added after disgorgement is prepared following our secret recipe which includes reserve wines and sugar (6 g/L). We pride ourselves on avoiding any distillates in our final dosage.