The wines differ from each other for the winemaking system (normal and special wines) and for their organoleptic properties: color, aroma, taste and aftertaste; other parameters contribute to define the characteristics of a wine: alcohol, acidity, flavor, sensation of astringency (due to tannins). The wines can be differentiated into still wines...
The wines differ from each other for the winemaking system (normal and special wines) and for their organoleptic properties: color, aroma, taste and aftertaste; other parameters contribute to define the characteristics of a wine: alcohol, acidity, flavor, sensation of astringency (due to tannins). The wines can be differentiated into still wines (also called "fermi") and sparkling wines, depending on whether they are able or not to release carbon dioxide at the opening of the bottles.
The 'Dirupo Extra Dry' by Andreola is a Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG Prosecco Extra Dry. Delicate, floral and fruity, elegant bead, fine and persistent. It composed of Glera 90%, Bianchetta 5%, 5% Perera. Very elegant as an aperitif, throughout the meal and dessert.
'Lighea' by Donnafugata, dry version of Zibibbo, a rich aromatic bouquet among which floral notes of white and orange blossom pink hotel combines hints of peach and candied citrus peel. Sunny and bright is an ideal wine for an aperitif. Its minerality and freshness go perfectly with all the blue fish and fried fish and vegetarian.
Ruchè of Castagnole Monferrato DOCG 'Laccento' by Montalbera is a wine with unmistakable character; nice floral notes of rose and violet, fruity notes of apricot and spice emerging with developments make it immediately recognizable in the glass. Perfect throughout the meal.
Fleur of Les Cretes the grapes of this "fleur" are grown in the vineyard vocational called "vin de ros", "red wine", located south on steep slopes, in the municipality of Montjovet, famous in past times for its red wines . Best expression of the Aosta Valley oenology, It enhances the traditional and indigenous varieties. Great. TECHNICAL SHEET
Today Planeta's Chardonnay is one for the whole of Sicily icon. The vineyards of Ulmo and Maroccoli that compose it are unique by location and terroir. The fermentation and aging in French oak, for years now careful and precise, gives us an extraordinary wine for grace and power. To combine with ham, white meat, risotto, fish and blue cheeses.
The Capri Bianco DOC di Scala Fenicia is a wine that brings to mind the saltiness of the sea, with very pleasant iodine notes and sapidity at the end. Convinces for its enjoyable taste and for its versatility in matching. Produced and bottled on the island of Capri, it is a must for those who love extreme and territorial wines.