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Andrea Occhipinti Aleatico Alea Viva 2019

Andrea Occhipinti Aleatico Alea Viva

Lazio (Italy)

Characteristic dry Aleatico from 100% volcanic lapillus soils from the Gradoli area, Alea Viva is a ...

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/ btl 0.75 L

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0.75 L - 2019


Characteristic dry Aleatico from 100% volcanic lapillus soils from the Gradoli area, Alea Viva is a perfectly summery red, with notes of pepper, mulberry, cherry and fragrant minerals. In the mouth it is fresh, but above all savory and vertical, satisfying, fruity and crunchy, excellent if served slightly chilled. Macerates on the skins for two weeks and ferments spontaneously with indigenous yeasts only in small concrete barrels, without the use of chemical additives and oenological adjuvants, with the exception of a modest quantity of sulphites in the bottling phase.




    • Optimum serving temperature:Between 14ºC and 16ºC

    Customer reviews

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    by: Alexis R. (08/04/2019) - Vintage 2017

    Un fruit fleuri poivré !

    Fortement floral (Rose, fuschia) et poivré en même temps, voilà un très beau vin naturel, friand, digeste, parfumé, peu tannique, long. Excellent.

    by: Italvinus Customer (30/11/2017) - Vintage 2015


    Light, dry floral wine with some overtones of cherry. Drinks very well chilled. Made from the unusual aleatico grape. Delicious.

    by: Marco (06/02/2018) - Vintage 2015


    Ottimo vino naturale, dovrebbero farne di più secondo questo metodo. Il servizio di consegna è rapido e veramente comodo. Molto soddisfatto!

    by: Laurent (19/06/2017) - Vintage 2015

    Très agreable

    Un vin avec un arôme de rose très prononcé mais très agréable. j'avais découvert ce vin dans un restaurant italien parisien. À découvrir et à déguster

    Andrea Occhipinti

    Lake Bolsena, in the top part of Lazio north of Rome, is one of the most interesting and less known volcanic terroirs in Italy. The combination of lake and volcano, which is that magic ingredient in the wine districts of Umbria, here is still to be discovered. Andrea Occhipinti is on it, a refined and curious winegrower who has made the most of the main grape variety of the area: l'Aleatico. Vinifications and ageing are conducted in steel, cement and amphora, while in the ...