Wine "Cupra Ramato", Venezia Giulia IGT, 2010
Reviews of purchase "Cupra Ramato", Venezia Giulia IGT, 2010
Wine light copper color.
The wine has an elegant, rounded taste with pure mineral and caramel tart flavor and long aftertaste.
Complex floral-fruity aroma of wine is revealed gradually: in the notes of ripe strawberries and wild cherries followed by delicate floral shades and nuances of fresh almonds.
The wine will be an excellent tandem with fish dishes and snacks. Also perfectly suited as an aperitif.
"Cupra Ramat" from Attems - pink moist mineral wine with light tannins and intense fruit flavor. It draws its unusual pink-gold color scheme and a lovely caramel and fruity taste. "Cupra Ramato" - traditional Venetian term that describes an exceptional copper color, which has a wine. Such a "copper" effect is achieved through the skin Pinot Grigio, which has pinkish-gold color. Vineyards with Pinot Grigio is located at an altitude of 50 to 130 meters above sea level. Exposure: south, south-east. Soil type - sandstone, formed by the rise of the seabed 50 million years ago in the area of Collio. Stocking density of vines up to 6250 plants per hectare. Age of vineyards - an average of 15 years.
The history of wine-making family Attems began several centuries ago, when in 1106 the Bishop of Salzburg granted land Corrado Attemsu. Family files, which are stored in the family residence in Lutsiniko show that even in those ancient times, the family began to take an interest in wine, and materials from 1764 include lists of wines made from varieties Refosco and Ribolla.
In 2000, the family Attems started cooperation with the Marchesi de Frescobaldi - one of the most influential Italian wine dynasties. Attems family and Frescobaldi, which bring together the love of winemaking and the centuries-old tradition, believe that the unique character of the wine and its quality is directly dependent not only on the terroir, but also on feelings that winemakers produce wine. At present, the real estate sector covers 79 hectares Attems terraced slopes west of Gorizia. The climate of this region is ideal for growing grapes. At the end of the XIX century, the region was one of the leaders in the field of wine on the introduction of new technologies and development.