Wine Ca'Botta, Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Superiore, 2014
Reviews of purchase Ca'Botta, Valpolicella Ripasso DOC Superiore, 2014
Wine of intense ruby red color.
The taste of wine is soft, round and balanced, with hints of fruit, wild berry notes, expressive acidity, soft tannins and a pleasant aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is revealed expressive notes of fruit jam, subtle notes of undergrowth, minty nuances.
The wine is a great accompaniment with red meat dishes, including grilled meat, stews, carpaccio and aged cheeses, pasta, pizza and other Italian dishes.
Ca'Botta, Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore made from Corvina grapes (70%) with a small addition of varieties Rondinella (25%) and Korvinone (5%). The vineyards are located at an altitude of about 450 meters above sea level. Strong winds and the soil characteristics create the conditions for a great harvest, which determines the quality of a great wine. The wine is produced by technology "ripasso", on which the wort passes a secondary fermentation in oak barrels using a cake of grape skins left over after vintages of Amarone. The high content of tannins and aromatic substances in the meal gives special organoleptic quality of the wine.
The grapes for the production of Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso is carefully sorted. The first fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature of 22-28 ° C in stainless steel containers. Then the wine goes maceration for 15-20 days and a secondary fermentation in oak barrels. Valpolicella Superiore Ripasso Excerpt runs oak barrels, after bottling the wine is aged for several months in the bottle.
Title Ka'Botta became symbolic for the economy. Looking documents on the name, Yuri found that once was located near the vineyards village, named Ka Botta, after which the whole area got its name. Literally translated, Ca (derived from "casa") - "House", botta - "chimes". That is, "the house in which the bell sounds." That is how Yuri decided to name his company, symbolically depicting the house with a bell tower surrounded by vineyards on the labels of their wines. By the way, the name of Yuri also replaced Cabot. Today, the company is actively developing Ca'Botta, engaging production of natural wines in northern Italy, producing a fairly large amount of high-quality products and exporting it to other countries. The company is a member of the consortium of winemakers Verona. In the creation of wines Yuri help his wife, two sons and a daughter.