Wine Masi, "Toar", 2010
Reviews of purchase Masi, "Toar", 2010
Wine sparkling ruby-red color with amber highlights.
This balanced wine has good acidity, soft tannins and rich, pleasant taste with hints of cherry, plum and light notes of dark berries. Elegant finish reveals hints of licorice.
The aroma of wine is an elegant symphony of shades of ripe red fruits, juicy plums, dark cherries, vanilla and minerals.
The wine goes well with grilled meat or roast meat, roast beef, game and cheeses average exposure.
Blend wine "Toar" consists of grape varieties Corvina and Oseleta grown in the vineyards of Valpolicella region. Wine "Toarcian" got its name from the volcanic soil rich deposits of tufa (Italian for "toar"), which transmits the characteristic taste of wine. Withstand the wine for 14 months in 600-liter barrels of Slavonian oak and French oak Allier, of which 50% - new. After bottling, the wine matures for 5 months in the cellar of the winery. The wine has good storage potential - for 10 years or more.
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.