Color: bright ruby tending to garnet.Typical match: red Meats, roasts in general and medium aged cheeses.Taste: Full and velvety, full-bodied and persistent. In the mouth it feels excellent balance between tannins and minerality.
Colour: ruby Red with violet reflections, intense, persistent.Aroma: intense Flavours and fruity of cherry, aromas of red fruit and forest fruits.Taste: very velvet, and a closure very persistent, classic, for a great amarone.
Colour: ruby Red with violet reflections, intense, persistent.Aroma: intense Flavours and fruity of cherry, aromas of red fruit and forest fruits.Taste: Large velvet and a closure very persistent, classic, for a great amarone.
It takes its name from the grape of the same name that the latins called Vitis apiana, thanks to the api, particularly greedy of the dolceza of these grapes. In the register of Frederick II of Swabia is noted in an order for three "corpses" of fiano. Also Charles Of Anjou, planted in his vineyard, real-16,000 vines of fiano.
Caudium means tail, and the tail of the fox has his election to Cirignano, hamlet of Montesarchio in the area of the foothills. To Cirignano, the vine grows in difficult areas, poor, without land, on the steep slopes of the Moselle or in the Val d'aosta. Viticulture in the extreme. The label is a votive niche of the '700.
The Greek comes from a vineyard a hundred meters in line of air from the docg in Avellino, but the plants bear witness to a vineyard, among the oldest of the variety mentioned by Pliny. The label is a riggiola of the bourbons, in the eighteenth century, as all of the labels of the wine house.
Caudium was the capital of the Sannio, with a sanctuary that still occupies the current acropolis fortified with a castle by the lombards. The cultivation of the vine dates back to the period of crete, around 3,500 years ago. The soils are varied, limestone and marble, sandstone and marl, clay and stone materials.
The donnalaura is the emblem of the place of origin of falanghina, Montesarchio, with two biotypes, one of which is now known in the whole of Campania, and another, more rare, exuberant, and with great acidity. Laura is the grandmother of the owner of the wine house, Pasquale Clemente.
Casanuova di Nittardi is a pure Sangiovese grown in the Vineyard Doghessa. The vineyard is situated at 450 metres altitude facing south-east, and has soil of medium depth, rich in Galestro and Alberese.
Ruby red color, juicy hints of cherry and raspberry on the nose with light notes of mediterranean herbs and notes of fl owers. Medium-bodied with tannins, crisp on the palate and a fi nal fresh and long. It combines well with starters and first of the creative tuscan cuisine. It should be served at around 16°C.
Champagne Brut Millésime with the maturity exceptional on the lees for more than 10 years, is a charming performance of the best vintages in which weather conditions allow you to have a wonderful fruit.
The bouquet of this Kerner is presented with notes of peach and apricot, but also with a light note of nutmeg. The wine is velvety and elegant, balanced and aromatic, with nuances of bitter typical of the product.
The flavour is sapid and delicate. The mousse is fast, dense, with a perlage minute and persistent. And with its balanced brightness, the ideal choice for a drink and modern to be enjoyed, even at the table, especially with the large openings to marinate.
The king of red wines is very demanding, making it possible for the growth of grapes of high quality only in the best wine-growing areas. In the Val Venosta valley, this grape variety has found the ideal conditions to thrive: soils are slightly permeable, protected areas and poor rainfall in combination with an abundant exposure to the sun.
The Slave of the Val Venosta valley is a red wine with plenty of character and authenticity that tells of its origins: summer days hot, and poor rainy weeks of spring and autumn is particularly windy, strong thermal excursions between night and day, but also snow and winter frosts.
The Val Venosta is the most recent and the smallest wine-growing area of origin in south Tyrol. In this alpine landscape, 600 m above sea level, ripen the grapes that give life to the wines harmonious and complex. The Kerner of the Val Venosta valley is a mountain wine filigrano that captivates with finesse and hints of fruit.
The combination of steep sunny slopes and rocky terrain primordial exposed to the elements of wind venostano is perfectly suited to the cultivation of white wines of great value. This wine conquers the palate with high minerality, good acidity and subtle notes of saline. The Pinot Bianco in the Val Venosta valley is a wine particularly fruity and expressive.
The nose offers a rich bouquet of white flowers and fruit crisp, pear on all.The sip is fresh, savoury and fruity flavours of fruits.Looks in the glass brilliant crystal clear light color straw yellow in colour.
There is a river that flows placidly in Sardinia and takes its name from the stick ritual is attributed to the Greek god, Dionysus, is called the river Tirso. There is a wine flowing happy in the glasses, and owes its taste to the grapes Vermentino, called Tyrsos.
A time, ‘Inu was the name given to the most important wines are born in the heart of Sardinia. And’ this is the name that we wanted to give our cannonau riserva: a wine that's just unique! To live for ever, like the true heroes that transcend the passage of time.
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