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Ramingo 2019

£30.00

A Wine That

balances freshness with body. Think lemon peel and rock salt, with a touch of freshly whipped cream and toasted hazelnuts — the perfect combination of zestiness, salinity and savoury goodness. A wine for renewal: for feeding the soul.

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  • Winemaker: Indomiti Vini
Ramingo  - 2019
Ramingo 2019 Wine LITTLEWINE
Ramingo 2019 Wine LITTLEWINE
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Italy
Veneto

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12%

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Orange & Skins

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75cl

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12°C

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Organic

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Red Clay
Limestone

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Pinot Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc

Where and How?

This comes from organically farmed Pinot Bianco (Pinot Blanc) and Sauvignon Blanc from Vicenza, in the Veneto, Italy. The vineyards are planted on limestone and red clay. Simone, the winemaker, says, "Ramingo is the one who wanders without a specific goal. There are several reasons that led to choose this name. The grapes are harvested in two different vineyards, however close they remain a vagrant harvest. The Pinot Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc varieties are thoughtful allochthonous varieties and once again you travel."

Simone favours a period of skin contact for his white wines, as he feels this helps him to achieve a healthy fermentation and allows him to extract all of the goodness of his labour to produce qualitative grapes. The 2019 cuvée macerated for three days, after which the juice was pressed and continued fermenting in fibreglass, where it also aged. Bottled unfined, unfiltered and with low sulfites.

The Winemaker

The project of Simone Ambrosini is a microcosm for a greater notion — the big step of a young person to decide to work with the land. In an era when many agricultural regions have been struggling due to younger generations moving to cities, it is endlessly inspiring to see people who come from outside traditional winemaking families take steps to create their own path within farming and winemaking.

“We must also ask ourselves: what do you see when you harvest? That is fundamental. It’s so hard to find the right picking date — and that’s 60% of the job, or maybe more! If you harvest too early or late, there’s nothing you can do. Then… I don’t have a standard procedure, rather my procedure is not having one. It’s the only way if you’re working how I’m working, and if you’re aware of the climate changing. You need to make different choices year after year."

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