Wine Masi, "Campolongo di Torbe", Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, 2007
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Reviews of purchase Masi, "Campolongo di Torbe", Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, 2007
Wine of deep ruby color.
Initially the wine reveals a round, smooth taste, which is gradually gaining strength, showing shades of cherry, dried fruits and minerals. Resistant silky tannins enhance the long fruity spicy aftertaste.
Rich and attractive bouquet of the wine is filled with aromas of ripe dark berries, plums, cherries, raisins, as well as the nuances of cocoa, vanilla and cinnamon.
Wine is recommended for game and quail, also served to sharp cheeses.
"Campolongo di Torbe", 2007 - Elegant and original dry red wine, the aroma of which seduces the unique richness of ripe black fruit, and a deep, full-bodied and well-balanced taste gives an unforgettable experience, which adds a refreshing fruity-spicy aftertaste. The secret of the success of this wine is, first of all, the high quality of the grapes from which it was created, as well as special equipment vinification - "appassimento" (use slightly dried grapes), through which the wine gets a great elegance, intensity and completeness. Vintage 2007 can be used now, however, the great potential of wine storage allow you to feel the incredible strength of his character even after 35-40 years.
Historic vineyard Campolongo di Torba is located in the region of Valpolicella Classico. This region is famous for its fine quality wines produced since the year 1100. It is dominated by a deep, well-drained soils of volcanic origin with deposits of useful minerals and small stones. Wine from grapes grown here becomes soft, rounded flavor with hints of almonds and minerals and soft, silky tannins that give it depth and nobility. The exposition of the vineyard - south-west, with good ventilation vines. Microclimate of the region is not too hot, allowing the grapes to ripen slowly and gradually. The vines grow on the slopes of the hills, at an altitude of 375-400 meters above sea level. These peculiar rocky terraces form a natural stone wall, called "marogne".
Harvested grapes are subjected to drying (izyumirovaniyu) outdoors from early October to mid-February, causing him to lose weight 35-40%, and it significantly increases the concentration of sugar and flavor. After drying the berries gently pressed. Fermentation takes place in large barrels of Slavonian oak for 45 days. Aged wine "Campolongo di Torben" for 3 years in barrels of Slavonian oak (60%) and 600-liter barrels made of Slavonian and French oak (40%). The wine is bottled and left to mature in the cellars of the winery another 6 months.
Masi family winery located in the region of Veneto Valpolicella in the east, is a dynamic and innovative company. The name of the winery takes its name from the first vineyard "Vaio dei Masi" - "Little Valley Ointments" acquired Boskaini family in 1772. Repurchase of new sites in the classic areas - Bardolino, Valpolicella and Soave, the company gradually increases the volume of wine production, improving its quality. In the production of modern high-quality wines at the winery Masi uses only local grapes. The winery uses the traditional approach in the manufacture of wines, based on a combination of respect for the terroir and the latest technology. Wines are produced by conventional methods with the use of technology "appassimento" and double fermentation.
The total area of vineyards Masi is 160 ha 17 vineyards located in the classic Valpolicella zone and 8 vineyards in Bardolino and Soave. Ointments parallel cooperating with family Serego Alighieri - Dante's descendants, who possess vineyards in Garganyago with 1353, with the Argentine company Masi Tupungato and the count's family Bossi Fedrigotti, family vineyards which are located on the banks of the Adige River.
Warning: according to recommendations of the "ФС РАР" from 2018.06.25: alcoholic production can be bought only personally in the Winestyle shops.
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