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Sauvignon 2019 - La Tosa

La Tosa

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  • Cellar: La Tosa
  • Vintage : 2019
  • Origin : Emilia Romagna
  • Denomination: Colli Piacentini DOC
  • Grapes: Sauvignon 100%
  • Serving temperature : 12-14 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 13.5 L
  • Format : 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: After dinner
  • Pairings: foie gras, shellfish, pumpkin-based dishes and medium-aged cheeses
  • Blowup Rating : 8/10


    The Sauvignon from the La Tosa winery is a complex and expressive white wine, produced with 100% Sauvignon grapes. A white that best expresses the characteristics that this vine takes on in the Piacenza area.

    Tasting notes

    In the glass, the Sauvignon di La Tosa has a straw yellow color crossed by golden reflections. On the nose it releases aromas of elderflower and the typical hints of tomato leaf that combine with notes of peach , citrus and mineral notes . In the mouth it is rich , structured and well balanced , finally it has a remarkable persistence . Excellent to combine with foie gras, shellfish, pumpkin-based dishes and also as an accompaniment to medium-aged cheeses. It also goes well with dishes rich in aromas and sweet and sour.


    Following the harvest which takes place between the end of August and the beginning of September, the whole bunches are softly pressed . Subsequently the wine ferments at 14-15 ° C and remains on the fine lees for 7 months with batonages. Finally, the Sauvignon Di La Tosa is bottled around the month of May.

    The cellar

    The La Tosa winery is led by the Pizzamiglio brothers who have been producing sincere wines with love and passion since 1985, concentrating their production on the processing of native wines. Always based on respect for the environment, the company has converted its crops into organic by reducing chemical treatments. Over the years the two brothers have built a real museum inside the cellar where all the tools related to the wine scene are exhibited.