LE GÉNÉRAL DALLEMAGNE
Le Général Dallemagne Trento Doc has remained hidden among the vaults of the historic cellar of Palazzo Monfort.
A Trento Doc born from dreams and experiments hidden in the vaults of the historic cellar of Palazzo Monfort by Federico Simoni and winemaker Maurizio Iachemet. The goal- to create a series of Trentodoc Riservas that express their vision of the land.
Le Général Dallemagne evokes history and ties to the land, a glimpse into the past. It is the perfect symbiosis of Mediterranean creaminess and Alpine freshness.
Chardonnay 80%, Pinot Nero 20%.
fragrant notes that range from bread crust to vanilla notes, hints of citrus
smooth, full, round and complex; harmony between the aromas and the taste
5 years on the lees
Le Général Dallemagne Trento Doc is ideal for important dishes that enhance the wine’s creaminess. It pairs well with refined and elaborate seafood dishes.
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