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La Tordera is a winery in Vidor (TV) that makes Prosecco DOC Treviso and Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG.

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La tordera presentation

  1. 1. La Tordera Prosecco Valdobbiadene
  2. 2. WHO WE ARE • Vettoretti family has been growing grapes and selling them to other wineries for four generations; • La Tordera brand created in 2003 when the latest three children encouraged their parents to venture and build something of their own; • La Tordera is located in the Valdobbiadene DOCG- the unrivaled home of Prosecco • 60 hectares of vineyards- one of biggest landowners in area; • All wines come 100% from our vineyards (rare among Prosecco producers) which allows us to control quality from beginning to end
  3. 3. QUALITY ORIENTED • The family history is agricultural-pride for growing great grapes! • Manual harvest in small batches leads to freshest grapes being pressed; • Steadfast dedication towards reducing sulfite use • Considered a top up-and-coming winery in Italy
  4. 4. THE NAMES • All our wines are names are based on places where we grow our grapes • “La Tordera” is a name of a hill in Cartizze where the Vettoretti family got its start in viticulture • This hill has this name because it used to have a high density of thrushes that visited it • The thrush has also become the symbol of the winery and is visible on all our bottles
  5. 5. NATURAL BALANCE • Longstanding dedication to sustainable agriculture with limited use of pesticides and fertilizers • Winery is certified “Casa Clima” for reduced water use and greenhouse gas emissions • Solar powered • Bottles are 80% recycled glass and weigh less than normal bottles • Winemaking emphasizes purity of fruit and not chemical additives • Very low use of sulfites- over 30% less than most Prosecco DOCG and over 60% less than legal thresholds
  6. 6. The Area of Prosecco • DOC Prosecco- covers 556 towns in Friuli and Veneto. La Tordera does not make any DOC Prosecco • DOC Prosecco di Treviso- covers 95 towns, La Tordera owns 35 hectares of vineyards with a potential of over 500,000 bottles from these vineyards • DOCG Asolo Prosecco Superiore- created in 1985 and covers 16 towns, La Tordera owns 6.5 hectares of vineyards here with a potential of over 70,000 bottles here • DOCG Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore-the original home of Prosecco and the undisputed best Proseocco growing area, La Tordera owns over 16 hectares of vineyards with a potential production of 200,000 bottles
  7. 7. The Prosecco Pyramid • “Above” the DOCG Prosecco Superiore di Asolo and the DOCG Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene are the single vineyards identified as Rive (31 total) and the most celebrated vineyard “Cartizze” • La Tordera’s single vineyard “Otreval” is made from 50 year old vines in the “Rive di Guia” • La Tordera’s “Cartizze” is a rare wine. We own 2 hectares of Cartizze out of the total 106 hectares of the vineyard.
  8. 8. MORE CLASSIFICATIONS • “Brut Nature”: 0-3 g/l sugar (not yet a legally recognized classification) • “Brut”: 0-12 g/l sugar • “Extra Dry”: 12-17 g/l sugar • Dry: 17-32 g/l sugar • Frizzante- between 1 a 2.5 bars of pressure (hence less bubbles) • Spumante- over 2.5 bars of pressure
  9. 9. Our Wines
  10. 10. Frizzante • Prosecco DOC Treviso • 100% glera • Available in both Stelvin closure or traditional “spago” (pictured) • Lower pressure, less effervescence • This wine most reminds us of the traditional Proseccos of our elders which were refermented in bottle • Bouquet: fruity with scents of green apple and pear, and lemon zest; smooth floral notes of almond flowers. • Aromas: pleasantly aromatic, fresh and slightly saline. • Alcohol: 10.5% • Residual sugar: 9 g/l • Total acidity: 5.5 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 98 mg/l
  11. 11. Saomì Brut • Prosecco DOC Treviso • 90% Glera, 10% Chardonnay • Saomè is an area near Valdobbiadine near the Piave river where the grapes are grown • Bouquet: wild apple, Mediterranean herbs, hint of vanilla and acacia • Palate: Well-balanced; fresh and lively; persistent and elegant • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 9 g/l • Total acidity: 5.5 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 98 g/l
  12. 12. Alnè Extra Dry • Prosecco DOC Treviso • 95% Glera, 5% Chardonnay • The vineyards has a natural spring that rises in it and the area’s name derives from the Celtic root “Al Han” which means ‘close to water’ • Bouquet: fruity with hints of green apple and pear, flower notes of vanilla and wisteria • Palate: well balanced, fresh lively fruity aromas; persistent, elegant aftertaste • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 15.5 g/l • Total acidity: 5.6 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 95 g/l • Awards: Silver medal Vinitaly, Platinum medal Los Angeles Wines of the World fair, Bronze medal San Francisco Wine Competition, 87 points Wine Enthusiast, Merum 3-4 stars
  13. 13. Brunei Brut • Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiadene Superiore • 85% Glera, 10% Bianchetta, 5% Verdiso • Brunei is a hillside town near the winery with alluvial soils and great temperature excursion which give wines known for fresh aromas and marked acidity • Aromas: a fragrant mix of fruit and flowers, green apple and pear, litchi, notes of jasmine and thyme. • Palate: fresh and harmonic, with lingering apple taste; it’s acidity and sapidity leaves a slight lime aftertaste • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 9 g/l • Total acidity: 5.5 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 87 g/l • Awards: Silver medal Mundusvini, Silver medal San Francisco Wine Competition, Silver medal International Wine Competition, 87 points Wine Enthusiast
  14. 14. Serrai Extra Dry • Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiadene Superiore • 85% Glera, 5% Bianchetta, 5% Verdiso, 5% Perera • Serrai is a hillside area near the winery with slightly later harvest periods and greater concentration of flavors • Aromas: Pear, green apple together with floral notes of lily and trumpet flower. • Palate: sweetness and acidity are very well balanced, exalted by a slight sapid note that confers body to the wine; fruity aftertaste is pleasant and persistent. • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 16 g/l • Total acidity: 5.6 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 87 g/l • Awards: “One of Italy’s best sparklers”- Bere Spumante; Silver medal Effervescents du Monde, Gold medal Vinitaly, 88 points Wine Enthusiast
  15. 15. Tittoni Dry • Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiadene Superiore • 85% Glera, 15% Perera • Tittoni is a special selection of a hillside old-vine vineyards that is very late ripening and intense • Aromas: complex and velvety, with scents of fresh apple, golden plum, white flowers, rose and a slightly spicy and balsamic note. • Palate: intense with a refined structure that recalls the original fruity aromas. • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 19.5 g/l • Total acidity: 5.6 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 85 g/l • Awards: Silver medal Effervescents du Monde, Silver medal Mondus Vini, , Merum 3-4 stars, Decanter 5 stars
  16. 16. Cartizze Dry • Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze • 85% Glera, 10% Bianchetta, 5% Perera • Cartizze is the most prestigious area for Prosecco and our vineyard was planted in the 20s by great-Grandfather Bepi • Aromas: complex and elegant, with scents of pear, linden and wisteria flowers, and a distinct nutty note. • Palate: intense and sophisticated, with a sensation of ripe apple. • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 22 g/l • Total acidity: 5.5 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 85 g/l • Awards: Bronze medal Effervescents du Monde, 88 points Wine Enthusiast, , Merum 3-4 stars
  17. 17. Otreval Brut • Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiadene Superiore Rive di Guia • Old vine Glera and Verdiso • Otreval is a 50 year old vineyard that produces grapes with high acidity and great minerality:while our other wines are “classic” Prosecco, Otreval is meant to be something different- much more complex and with 0 sugars, this wine is meant for people looking for something different. • Aromas: after an initial floral nuance it becomes full and fruity while maintaining the natural elegance typical of its grapes. The quantity and quality of its olfactory sensations is complex; Nashi, a fruit with the characteristics of both apple and pear, is prominent, up to a delicate mineral note. • Palate: intense, well-structured and with a pleasant acid freshness; excellent correspondence between olfactory and retro-olfactory sensations. • Alcohol: 11.5% • Sugar: 0 g/l • Total acidity: 5.5 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 85 g/l • Awards: “Corona” Vini Buoni d’Italia, 87 points Wine Enthusiast
  18. 18. Gabry Rosé Extra Dry • Only wine made that isn’t Prosecco • 70% Merlot, 30% Incrocio Manzoni 13.0.5 • Named for the charismatic director of La Tordera Gabriella Vettoretti, aka “Gabry” • Bouquet: broad and fruity, with scents of strawberry, raspberry and plum, floral notes of violet, and a slight spice and saline note. • Aromas: the sweetness in this wine is balanced by a good acidity and mouthwatering freshness, resulting in a clean flavor which fills the mouth without tiring it. • Alcohol: 12% • Residual sugar: 16 g/l • Total acidity: 5.4 g/l • Total sulphur dioxide: 105 mg/l • Awards: Gold medal Effervescents du Monde , 87 points Wine Enthusiast
  19. 19. Key Selling Points • La Tordera is one of the few Prosecco producers who vinifies only our own grapes- giving us complete control of quality • Very few people own as many vineyards as La Tordera and vinfy ONLY their fruit • Considered a “rising star” among Italian wineries • Low sulfites = more “agreeable” drinking • Valdobbiadene DOCG is bar none the home to the best Prosecco and all our vineyards are located there or adjacent to it • “Natural equilibrium”- dedication to preserving Earth’s natural resources and agricultural economies • Clean, dryer style of Prosecco that makes it a natural for HORECA segment • Great packaging for specialized wine shops

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