Wine "Baccanera", Langhe DOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase "Baccanera", Langhe DOC, 2011
Wine saturated dark ruby color.
This full-bodied wine is rich and smooth taste with a piquant acidity, hints of minerals, ripe tannins and a long finish.
The aroma of the wine reveals delicious notes of mulberry, black currant and elderberry, pleasant shade of oak.
The wine goes well with pasta dishes, red meat (especially - roast beef with cayenne pepper and Worcestershire sauce), game, cheeses.
The grapes for "Baccanera" Monteforte grown in the vineyards of Barolo in the southern and south-eastern exposure. Yield of 45 quintals per hectare. The grapes are harvested by hand, carefully selecting healthy ripe berries in early October. Maceration for several days and the fermentation of the skin at a controlled temperature in tanks made of stainless steel, and extends Cabernet Sauvignon maceration of the skin. Extract of wine takes place in small French oak barrels Allier for 18 months.
"Baccanera" Langhe DOC - winner of awards at international competitions, including gold medal at the "International Wine Challenge, 2001" and a silver at the "International Wine Challenge, 2004". On the "Wine World, 2004" wine received 3 stars and a review that "this wine is a real find."
Wine producer - Azienda Agricola Lo Zoccolaio, the symbol of which is the "Tree of Life", the picture on the labels of wine farms - part of the group "Fratelli Martini Secondo Luigi". "Cascina Lo Zoccolaio - a jewel in the group Fratelli Martini", - wrote the Gambero Rosso in 2011.
Immediately after the Second World War, two brothers - Secondo Luigi Martini and decided to found his own wine business in the heart of the Langhe (Lange) - famous wine region of Piedmont. The company got its name from its creators - "Fratelli Martini Secondo Luigi". Now the company has become a mega-group, which produces more than 35 million liters of alcohol per year. The company is still family, headed by its founder's sons - Gianni and Piero Martini. Today the winery "Fratelli Martini" is their fault, not only in Italy but also in the global market.