Wine Poliziano Mandrone Di Lohsa, Maremma IGT 2007
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Reviews of purchase Poliziano Mandrone Di Lohsa, Maremma IGT 2007
Wine beautiful, brilliant ruby color.
The wine has an elegant, sleek, well-structured palate with a nice long finish with hints of fruit.
The wine has a gorgeous, refined aroma with hints of fruit, spices, dried herbs and oak notes.
Goes well with red meat, cheese.
"Glossy, rich ruby color. Displays in the bouquet subtle blend of black currant fruit and herbs. The taste is very juicy, open, unfold smoothly, and in the final of the beautiful fruit." - Falstaff (Falstaff).
"Mandrone di Lohsa 2007 from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, producer - Family holding Carletti in Maremma. This wine is, to some extent, feminine, with beautiful dark red fruit, dried herbs, spices and notes of French oak" - Robert Parker (Robert Parker).
For the first time, Mandrone di Lohsa was manufactured in 2001, the area of 9 hectares of vineyards, which grows the grapes for this wine are the southern and south-western exposure, height - 100 meters above sea level. Soil type - sloping, skeletal, marly-sandy. After maturation of the grapes are harvested in boxes manually. Vinification process is to separate the fermentation of each grape variety. Maceration takes 20-25 days (depending on variety and phenolic ripeness of the grapes) at a controlled temperature, and automated equipment is used, in which all of the wort fermentation tank bottom flows naturally in the reserve tank located below. The wine matures 18 months in new French oak barrels, followed by aging - 6 months - in bottles. Storage capacity is 15 or more years. However Mandrone di Maremma Loza 2007, it is desirable to use up to 2015, in order to fully enjoy its beauty.
The ancestor of the family winemaking Carletti is Dino Carletti, who in 1961 bought 22 acres of land in the municipality of Montepulciano. He planted the first vineyards here, this act came from the depths of his soul and was dictated by emotion rather than economic expediency. This place is bound Dino with his youth and he wanted to make it a legacy of his family. Son Dino Carletti - Federico (owner of Poliziano), as a specialist firms and having experience in the field of agriculture in Northern Italy, in 1980 firmly set to work in his own company, using their knowledge. Winemaking is so captivated him that he was to explore innovative methods of viticulture and winemaking. This desire led to his acquaintance with many well-known specialists in this sector in the region of Chianti Classico, which eventually grew into a closer and more advantageous cooperation. Invaluable assistance in the activities, as recognized by the Federico Carletti, it was Dr. Maurizio Castelli, "a true teacher, the master, who was his first steps in the world of wine" and Dr. Carlo Ferrini - one of his colleagues at the university.
Federico Carletti adheres to the work of several rules - courage, creativity and cutting-edge technology. As a result of this philosophy are obtained very pleasant wine Poliziano, in "international" style, but, nevertheless, perfectly reflecting the terroir. Federico Carletti for over 20 years and runs his company all these years he works inspired by watching the creation of wine at every stage - the vine, grapes, wine ... His goal for the future he sees in the creation of the new wine of the harvest with new vineyards and makes all in order to constantly improve the quality of its wines.