Wine Ca' Lojera, "Riserva del Lupo", Lugana DOC, 2014
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Reviews of purchase Ca' Lojera, "Riserva del Lupo", Lugana DOC, 2014
The color of the wine is light straw.
Well structured, pleasant wine with a complex, rich taste. An exquisite chord reveals notes of pear and peach, apricot accents in the frame of light spicy nuances. The wine is characterized by a balanced acidity and a long, delicate finish with hints of minerals.
The wine has a multifaceted, intense aroma, which is dominated by accents of ripe fruit, oily hints, wax touches and subtle nuances of chamomile flowers and meadow herbs.
Experts recommend serving this wine to seafood: oysters, lobsters, mussels. It goes well with sashimi and oriental dishes.
Exquisite white wine Ca 'Lojera, "Riserva del Lupo", Lugana DOC is created from the Turbian variety, which is grown in the Lugana region. Soils here are rich in white clay, which provides wines produced here with a gentle minerality and freshness. The grapes are harvested from October to November, with some of the berries used - botrytised. Berries are fermented in steel tanks under conditions of thermal control and aging for two years. After bottling, the wine is additionally aged in the bottle for another 6 months.
The whole process of creating wine takes place under the close supervision of experts on proven technology. The skill of winemakers and high-quality berries ultimately translates into excellent wine that perfectly conveys the varietal characteristics and characteristics of the terroir. Ca 'Loyer, Riserva dei Lupo "Lugana" is characterized by a refined, refreshing aroma and a pleasant fruit taste with subtle nuances of minerals and spices.
The Ca 'Lojera Winery is located near Lake Garda and the town of Sirmione. It was founded by the spouses, Franco and Ambra Tyraboski, having bought in 1992 the old winemaking economy. The winery has 18 hectares of vineyards. The Turbian vines grow on their valley part, the Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon varieties cover the slopes of the hills. Annually Ka 'Loiera produces only 120 thousand bottles of wine. They are sold directly to restaurants, wine bars and specialized shops, a small part is exported.
The labels of the winery Ca 'Lauer shows a wolf local legend hero. Residents of the neighborhood claim that in the old days, Garda and the small Frassinet lake were connected by numerous canals. Smugglers on boats sailed from the north and used coastal houses to store goods. Approaches to such houses were guarded by specially trained wolves. The nearby Ca 'Loiera winery has made the image of this animal its own symbol.