Wine Vie di Romans, Dessimis Isonzo Pinot Grigio DOC 2008
Reviews of purchase Vie di Romans, Dessimis Isonzo Pinot Grigio DOC 2008
Wine copper-gold color.
Dessimis Pinot Grigio 2008 first seems soft and pliable, and then becomes creamy texture with hints of banana, mango and candied citrus and sweet oak clearly marked.
The wine has a rich aroma with hints of pear and vanilla, alternating shades dad and oil.
The wine goes well with white meats, grilled or baked fish.
Dessimis Pinot Grigio, according to critics - a wine that most eloquently conveys the taste of Pinot Grigio. When producing Dessimis Pinot Grigio grapes separated from the stalks and compressed before being subjected to cold maceration at 8C for 6 hours. Fermentation takes place in old oak barrels at 15-19S within 12-25 days. Also performed malolactic fermentation, the wine is kept then 7 months in oak. The wine has the potential exposure of 10-12 years.
Vie di Romans - one of the farms in Friuli, the most respected wine critics. It is named after the Roman road that once ran through this area. Thanks to the many winds that blow from the continent and the Adriatic Sea, this place is truly unique climate - a permanent change in the weather contribute to the slow maturation of the grapes. For over a century farm run by a family Gallo. The current owner of the winery Gianfranco Gallo got his business inherited from his father in the 70s of the last century, while still a teenager. From this point there are used organic farming methods - no pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Unique character and identity of all wines Vie di Romans - the result of a long sequence of winemaking Improvement Program, which began in the 80s of the last century. The essence of this program is to create a balanced environment for each vineyard, taking into account its individual characteristics.
Gianfranco Gallo - a perfectionist. Pereslaschennye and unevenness in oak wine was not for him, it is more to the liking of wine with a rich, complex flavor, aftertaste and great aging potential. That is why white wine farms are sold not earlier than 2 years after the harvest.