September 4th, 2018
Cuvée: Pecorino 100%
“Donna Orgilla” name derived from the wife of the old feudatory of Cossignano village.
The FIORANO farm produces this particular white wine which is obtained from indigenous Pecorino grapes, a very old vine of the Picenum province of Marche region. From 2011 Pecorino wines is a DOCG wine. The high total acidity and high sugar concentration give this wine a special structure.
Main vineyard data
Size: 1.2 hectares
Density: 5000 plants/hectare
Age: 15 years
Growth method: Guyot
Altitude: 300 m
Average yield: 1,5/ 2 kg/plant
Organically produced grapes.
The vineyards are grass covered all year round and fertilized by leguminous cover crops and organic fertilizer.
Fermentation, maturation and ageing
Grapes hand-picked in crates and crushed and stemmed immediately.
Light pressing of the bunches, must at the controlled temperature <10°C. Cold maceration for <18 h. Matured with sediment in steel stainless tank with indigenous yeasts for 6 months, refined in bottles for 2/4 months.
Principal analytical data at bottling
Alcohol: 13 %
Total acidity: 7,1 g/l
Volatile acidity: 0.37g/l
Total sulphur dioxide: 80 mg/l ((AIAB organic association limit for organic wine is 90 mg/ l max, respect to the limit of 150 mg/l accepted in “organic wine EU rules” and 200 mg/l for conventional wine).
Straw yellow colour with hints of green. White pulp fruits aroma, with citrus notes. Good acidity, mineral, sapid with great persistence and harmony. Light filtration before bottling.
finalist three Glasses GAMBERO ROSSO 2009
Special mention National Selection Wines for fish 2009- Silver medal BIODIVINO 2009
Best Wine in “GUIDA AI VINI D’ITALIA BIO” 2009
Silver medal BIODIVINO 2010
Best wine in “GUIDA AI VINI D’ITALIA BIO” 2011
Gold medal BIOLWINE 2011
Special comments on IL MIO VINO 2011
Slow wine in SLOW WINE 2012
Special mention BIOLWINE 2012
Gold medal BIODIVINO 2012
finalist three Glasses – Gambero Rosso 2015
“SLOW WINE 2015” – Guida Slow Wine 2015
three Glasses – Gambero Rosso 2016
“SLOW WINE 2016” – Guida Slow Wine 2016
5 GRAPPOLI BIBENDA 2017