Wine Querciabella, "Batar", Toscana IGT, 2000
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Reviews of purchase Querciabella, "Batar", Toscana IGT, 2000
Wine a pale straw color.
The wine has a vibrant and elegant fruit flavors with a soft oily structure and a long finish.
The aroma of wine is different tones of vanilla, lemon and green apple.
Wine is served with seafood and fish, poultry dishes, aged cheeses.
"" Batar "from Querciabella - perhaps the most ambitious Pinot Blanc on the planet ..." - Robert Parker.
Winery "Kverchabella" founded in the Chianti Classico region in 1974 Giuseppe Castiglione, who had previously engaged in the manufacture and sale of steel in Mexico and earn a fortune. After some time, he decides to return to Italy and carries out his dream - the production of high quality wines. Year after year, Giuseppe acquire land, develop their own vineyards, winery and built a new cellar. As soon as a developing economy, and improved quality of wines, year after year, receiving more and more high ratings and positive feedback from experts. Thanks to Giuseppe Castiglione, "Kverchabella" became one of the best farms in Tuscany.
Today the economy "Querciabella" led by the son of Giuseppe - Sebastiano, continuing the tradition of his father. He invests a lot of money and effort in improving the production of wines with a view to improving their quality, while clearly realizing that innovative ideas and advanced equipment have always been and will be secondary to the gifts of nature. The philosophy of management is to create high-quality wines that reflect the richness of the terroir. Since the late 1990s, the farm "Querciabella" only apply biodynamic methods of cultivation of grapes, which favorably affect the harmony of the earth and produced wines. Sebastiano Castiglioni has full control over the process of wine production, from planting the vines to the choice of material for the barrels. By the way, "Kverchabella" - the second in a row farm in Chianti Classico, which was introduced the practice of aging wine in oak barrels.