Designation of origin: Costa Toscana Rosso IGT
Grape variety: Viognier (Information about the grape variety: Viognier is a white wine grape that is grown primarily in the Rhone region. Viognier harvests are generally small.
This grape variety was also almost abandoned because of the phylloxera crisis.)
Label: One evening in summer, we saw countless glow-worms that lit up our entire Viognier vineyard. We were so delighted that we used the glow-worm
as the symbol on the label of our organic SOPRA Viognier.
Vinification: Harvested by hand. A vibrating table is used to select the grapes. Fermentation with indigenous yeast in French barriques (first use) and subsequent malolactic fermentation. The wine is aged for 12 months in barriques. Afterwards, the wine is bottled (without filtration).