Pergole | De Vigili

Sale price€13,50

Bianco
Trentino Alto Adige ( IT )
Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
Chardonnay, Pinot grigio
Enjoy it within 3 years.
12,5% vol.

Production and refinement

From a vineyard in Campo Rotaliano of over 40 years, in Mezzolombardo, trained with double Trentino pergola. Grapes harvested by hand, destemmed and pressed.

The wine ferments and ages in steel until the following spring when it is bottled.

Organoleptic analysis

Visual exam

It has a beautiful straw yellow color.

Olfactory examination

On the nose, it expresses floral and fruity notes, with violet, yellow-fleshed fruit, and lovely herbaceous sensations.

Taste test

On the palate, it is pleasantly fresh, drinkable, elegant.

Contents index

From the vineyard to the table: discover our wine

Ready for a journey to discover Pergole | De Vigili ? We will now take you to delve deeper into every aspect of this exceptional wine through three key sections:

Cellar

Come and learn about the history and values ​​of the winery which passionately grows and transforms grapes into wine

Territory

Immerse yourself in the land that gives life to these unique grapes, discovering the climate and terroir that influence its character

Pairings

Get expert advice on the perfect pairings that will enhance both the wine and your meal

The cellar

Country: Italy

Region: Trentino Alto Adige, Trento

Hectares of vineyards: 5

De Vigili

The De Vigili family comes from a long history of winemaking: their ancestor Ottavio in the early 19th century used to brand barrels with his initials. The business was revitalized by the then twenty-three-year-old Francesco De Vigili, who in 2015 revived the family brand, with just five hectares and very few bottles produced.

From the beginning, the ideas were clear: the land is cultivated without synthetic products and chemical herbicides, and in the cellar, they seek to respect the characteristics of the quintessential Trentino native grape variety: Teroldego Rotaliano.

De Vigili

The vineyards are located in two very important areas in the Teroldego Rotaliano zone: Pasquari and Entichiari, which can be traced back to the most historical area, known as the Teroldego area, with records dating back to the late 15th century. These are vineyards located in the best part of Campo Rotaliano, where the old bed of the Noce river was diverted in the 19th century.

Experimentation is the soul of De Vigili in the cellar: different containers and capacities, variable maceration durations, with or without stems... these are just some of the aspects that change every year to produce the best wines, always reflecting the vintage and expressing their idea of Dolomite wine.

Region and territory

The ultimate expression of Italian mountain terroir

Trentino Alto Adige

The ultimate expression of Italian mountain terroir

Trentino Alto Adige

The ultimate expression of Italian mountain terroir

Trentino Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige is a region entirely mountainous and divided into the autonomous provinces of Trento and Bolzano, whose border marks a linguistic and administrative watershed.

The attention of wineries and heroic viticulture ensures a consistently high quality level of wines, and particularly the best results are achieved with grapes that thrive in cold climates, such as Sauvignon and Pinot Noir, which here express their varietal characteristics at their best. In addition to the many international varieties, the region also boasts an interesting heritage of native grapes, including Teroldego, Schiava, and Lagrein.

Although it would be difficult to draw a morphological boundary between the two areas geographically, ethnic and linguistic differences on one hand and pedoclimatic differences on the other have also led, over the centuries, to a provincial characterization of wine production.

Both areas, however, share an excellent wine production, thanks also to the geographic position and favorable climatic conditions along the Adige Valley and on the slopes of the mountains that line it, as well as in the flat and hilly areas around Trento and Bolzano.

Piana Rotaliana

We are in the territory of Trento DOC, which is known for its elegant wines that express a unique sense of terroir. The success of this sparkling wine is precisely due to the characteristics of the territory: the combination of climate, different altitudes, soils, and Trentino savoir-faire is unique.

Another territorial excellence is Teroldego, which achieves excellent results only in the Piana Rotaliana: a strip of plain surrounded by the Dolomites. Here, perfect conditions are created: the rocky walls of the mountains protect the vines from the cold winds coming from the North, while they accumulate warmth that they release onto the vineyards. The breezes coming down from the Val di Non, on the other hand, dry the plants, keeping the vegetation healthy.

Of the Piana Rotaliana, Mario Soldati writes: "Here are all the Teroldego vineyards. Here, in the ancient villages of Mezzocorona and Mezzolombardo, there are still the old cellars where this sublime wine is made." A wine that has "a characteristic flavor, recognizable among thousands."

In the heart of Trentino, Trento DOC shines for its elegance, expressing a unique territorial identity thanks to the combination of climate, altitudes, and Trentino soils.

Recommended pairings and dishes

Matching by concordance

A fresh and drinkable wine, which pairs perfectly in intensity with equally light and fragrant dishes.

Matching by contrast

A mountain white with a lovely acidity, which can also be contrasted with slightly fatty dishes: it cleanses the palate and prepares it for the next sip.

Pairs well with

Light first courses, fish or vegetable-based; fresh or medium-aged cheeses; white meats in light preparations; excellent with fish.

Matching by concordance

A fresh and drinkable wine, which pairs perfectly in intensity with equally light and fragrant dishes.

Matching by contrast

A mountain white with a lovely acidity, which can also be contrasted with slightly fatty dishes: it cleanses the palate and prepares it for the next sip.

Pairs well with

Light first courses, fish or vegetable-based; fresh or medium-aged cheeses; white meats in light preparations; excellent with fish.

Marinated Trout

A freshwater fish in a relatively simple, delicate preparation, with a light body and clear aromas and flavors thanks to the marinade (once used for preserving meat and fish, now useful for flavoring).

Perch in Parchment

A very delicate and flavorful dish, freshwater fish baked in the oven, seeking pairings with light and fragrant wines to enhance all the flavors without overpowering them.

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