Nicola Biasi

Nicola Biasi

It is not new that climate change is directly impacting agriculture and vine cultivation in particular, pushing many wineries to find new areas at higher altitudes or to introduce new varieties to cultivate.
Nicola Biasi is an oenologist with a first-rate international experience who has started an experimental project aimed at recovering areas to be cultivated that today are destined to other crops but were previously dedicated to vines by planting a so-called “resistant” vine almost unknown in Italy and only recently authorized to be cultivated between Trentino and Veneto.
Vin de la Neu, produced for the first time in 2013 in just 300 bottles, is one of the symbols of modern viticulture, where a high technical and professional content blends with attention to the territory and maximum environmental sustainability.
Only one thousand square meters are dedicated to this vineyard planted at 832 meters above sea level in the municipality of Coredo, Val di Non: 0.1 hectares planted with Johanniter grapes, a white variety created in 1968 in Germany as a crossing between several vines, among them Riesling, Chasselas and Pinot Grigio, planted with a very high density sapling and in complete absence of fungicide or herbicide treatments.
Having arrived to date with a few years of experience, we begin to see very interesting results, for the benefit of science, the wine world as well as the consumer market. The continuous study of “resistant” varieties seems to be one of the few ways left to ensure that viticulture too bears the emblem of environmental sustainability and that, together with the tendency to cultivate at ever higher altitudes, it continues to create wines with a strong personality.
The theme of environmental sustainability now goes beyond proposing high quality wines, a well-established requirement: therefore, the efforts made in person by those who have always known and lived the world of wine, such as Nicola Biasi, should be appreciated and considered as they are able to perfectly understand the identity and potential of the territory that these wines represent.
As Winefully, we are proud to support the ambitious Vin de la Neu project by contributing in our own way to the development of Nicola Biasi’s experiment by offering both the classic format and the very rare Magnum version, a new exclusively distributed bottle available only at Winefully.

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    Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    The 2018 vintage had a classic trend, with a cold and snowy winter followed by an unstable spring with rainfalls; the summer then developed with a dry, warm and dry climate, interrupted by some rains at the end of August which accompanied the grapes to a natural late ripening and to harvest on October 8th. Following fermentation in barrique for about three weeks, the malolactic fermentation takes then place, with the wine then kept for almost a year in wood and then up to 14 months in the bottle before being released on the market.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu 2018 presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 491 and 30 units.

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

  • Vin de la Neu is the result of the experimental project of Nicola Biasi, an internationally renowned oenologist who decided to stop working in third wineries after making many of them great and to concentrate on his own project which is certainly ambitious but also important from a scientific point of view.

    The choice of planting a “resistant” grape such as Johanniter at more than 800 meters above sea level, where the famous apples of the Val di Non are typically grown even though 150 years ago wine was already being made, itself encourages to deepen the project in detail. Beyond the choice of a grape resulting from a cross that today gives extraordinary results against cryptogams and fungal diseases, the very high density (16,600 plants per hectare), the sapling training system and the total absence of treatments in the vineyard are also of interest, with all the operations left to the manual skill of the man.

    The 2018 vintage had a classic trend, with a cold and snowy winter followed by an unstable spring with rainfalls; the summer then developed with a dry, warm and dry climate, interrupted by some rains at the end of August which accompanied the grapes to a natural late ripening and to harvest on October 8th. Following fermentation in barrique for about three weeks, the malolactic fermentation takes then place, with the wine then kept for almost a year in wood and then up to 14 months in the bottle before being released on the market.

    In tasting Vin de la Neu 2018 presents itself with an intense straw yellow color, bright and with a greenish nail, introducing an olfactory bouquet where citrus fruits are predominant together with hints of pineapple followed by herbaceous scents that recall hay and slight hints of white flowers. The sip is direct, vibrant and vertical, with a predominant acidity that cleans the mouth well and a high sapidity that closes the sip granting a prolonged persistence.

    Vin de la Neu is a wine that intrigues in a first place for the project behind it, for the research and the difficulty of realization but, once discovered, then passionates the taster and captures him definitely.

    Emblem of a new collaboration initiated by Winefully, it is offered in the classic format and exclusively for Italy in the rarest Magnum, respectively produced in only 491 and 30 units.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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