Wine Pio Cesare, "Piodilei" Chardonnay, Langhe DOC, 2007
Reviews of purchase Pio Cesare, "Piodilei" Chardonnay, Langhe DOC, 2007
The wine has a beautiful golden color with a bright living luster.
The wine has a rounded taste with a harmonious refreshing acidity and subtle fruity aftertaste.
The wine is full of interesting, rich aroma with notes of tropical fruit, toffee and light cream shade.
The wine goes well with poultry dishes, fish and venison in cream sauce.
Wine "Piodilei" is made from the classic Chardonnay, which is grown on the farm's own vineyard, planted in 1980 on the estate "Il Bricco di Treiso". Berries are going very ripe, later appointed time. They are then subjected to careful pressing and cold settlement, after which the wort is fermented in new barrels made of French oak Allier. Extract of wine on the lees for more than 10 months passed in oak barrels and then another 6 months specified in the wine bottles. The wine has a 5-year storage capacity.
"Piodeley" was first produced Pio Boffo - heir to the economy in the third generation. Wine has been specially created winemaker for his mother, in connection with which got its name because "Piodilei" from Italian means - "from Pio for her." Wine "Piodilei" reflects the desire of winemakers "Pio Cesare" to produce white wine, the structure and longevity like a great Barbaresco "IL Bricco di Treiso".
Pio Cesare winery was founded in 1881. Before that, there were stables, dating back to the Middle Ages, so in its territory felt the breath of history, you can see the ruins of ancient Roman buildings and defensive walls. Pio Cesare - is one of the first winemakers in Piedmont, the export of wine abroad. The farm is located near Alba in an area of 50 hectares. Today, the vineyards Pio Cesare Barbera grape variety grows, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo and Chardonnay.
In wines Pio Cesare, who belong to the rank of the best wines in the world - from the classic, world-famous Barolo and Barbaresco to fresh Cortese and sweet Muscat, you will always find exceptional quality and diversity.