Wine "Secco-Bertani" Valpolicella Valpantena DOC, 2011, wooden box, 1.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Secco-Bertani" Valpolicella Valpantena DOC, 2011, wooden box, 1.5 L
The wine is very deep garnet color with a violet hue.
The taste of wine is incredibly balanced, has soft tannins and good acidity. The finish is long and persistent, with hints of herbs.
The aroma of wine there are tones of ripe cherries, black cherries developing nuances, spices and dried fruits.
The wine goes well with a variety of dishes that are served at dinner.
"Secco-Bertani" Valpolicella Valpantena, 2011 - incredibly balanced Italian wine from grapes Corvina and Rondinella. Grapes grow on the hills Valpantena and Santa Maria. In the eastern hills dominated by calcareous soils, and in the west - the clay-limestone rich in iron. 2011 harvest began collecting by hand in the first week of October. Fermentation of grapes took place in steel tanks at a temperature of 20-24 ° C. The second fermentation, which begins in March and is called "Ripasso" and lasts about a week, provides a wonderful wine, fresh fruit flavor with spicy tones. At the end of the wine is aged in oak barrels for 24 months and 3 months in bottle after bottling.
Bertani winery was founded in the middle of the XIX century in the small town of Quinto di Valpantena in the north of Verona Bertani two brothers - Giovanni Battista and Gaetano. Way brothers in the world of wine began with an introduction by Mr. Guillot - a prominent figure in the wine industry at the time. Since its inception, the brothers Bertani used innovative techniques in the cultivation and processing of crops, using new technology vinification and cultivation. Also Bertani brothers - the first who took the decision to sell wine in bottles, not in oak barrels, which at that time was much more traditional.
Through nearly 30 years since the founding of the winery Bertani in 1888. The Academy of Agriculture, Arts and Commerce in the city of Verona, studying the works of the brothers in terms of scientific and practical approach, awarded them a special gold award. Since then, the winery has become the benchmark Bertani family and commercial winemaking in Verona. To this day, Bertani take part in various competitions and exhibitions, develop new technologies, not resting on its laurels and strive for perfection. In the line of wines Bertani has classic Valpolicella, Amarone and Recioto. Possession Bertani today - it's 130 acres of land owned by the family around the historic villa of the XVIII century. Cellar and winery are located in the cozy town Grezzano. Wines Bertani popular all over the world, they are appreciated for their excellent ratio "price-quality" and refined style of performance.
The Bertani winery was founded in the middle of the 19th century in the small town of Quinto di Valpantena in the north of Verona by the two brothers Bertani Giovanni Battista and Gaetano. The way of the brothers to the world of wine began with an acquaintance with Mr. Guillot - a prominent figure in the wine industry of the time. From the very beginning of their activity, the Bertani brothers used innovative methods in growing and processing crops, using new technologies of vinification and cultivation. Also, the Bertani brothers are the first who decided to sell wine in bottles, and not in oak barrels, which at that time was much more traditional.
In almost 30 years since the founding of the winery in 1888, the Academy of Agriculture, Arts and Commerce in Verona, which studied the work of the brothers from the point of view of the scientific and practical approach, awarded them a special gold award. Since then, the Bertani winery has become the benchmark for family and commercial winemaking in the Verona area. To this day, Bertani is participating in various competitions and exhibitions, developing new technologies, not stopping at what has been achieved and striving for excellence. Bertani's estate today is 130 hectares of land around the family of an ancient villa of the XVIII century. Cellars and winery are located in the cozy town of Grezano.