Wine Roccolo Grassi, Valpolicella DOC Superiore, 2011
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Wine of deep ruby color.
The wine has a soft, deep, complex flavor with a fine structure, sweet tannins and a long finish.
Complex flavor of wine is revealed sharp notes of white pepper and tobacco, mineral and graphite shades, tones of red berries, cherries and coffee.
Wine is disclosed in conjunction with the game, hot meat and spicy dishes, beef, grilled or broiled. It will be a great tandem with pasta, beans and cheese, enjoy the taste of medium intensity.
Roccolo Grassi, Valpolicella Superiore - is a well-balanced, elegant, fragrant wine. By mixing several varieties of grapes, which is collected in prestigious areas of Veneto in northeastern Italy, it has a multi-faceted and aromatic palette perfectly reflects the modern style of Valpolicella. The grapes are harvested in the first week of October, when the fruit reach optimum maturity. Berries are fermented at a temperature of 25-28 ° C in stainless steel tanks. Maceration and fermentation with daily remontazhem lasts 15 days. The wine is aged 20 months in 225-liter and 15-22 gektolitrovyh French oak barrels and then another 10 months in bottle.
Founded in 1996, the farm Roccolo Grassi is named after the most important vineyards of the estate. Controls the economy Bruno Sartori, his daughter Francesca and son Marco, who has been studying hard art of winemaking. In addition to the prestigious vineyards in the Valpolicella area, the farm also owns land in the eastern part of the region Soave DOC. This allows you to expand the range and produce both red and white wines. The total vineyard area totals about 32 acres, 22 of which are used for the cultivation of red grapes, while the remaining 10 are ideal for white. All traditional varieties of the region can be found in the vineyards. Most of the vines is between the ages of 10-30 years. Winery "Rokolo Grassi" is known for its beautiful Amarone, Valpolicella and Soave. The farm produce these wines combine old traditions with modern winemaking. In the production of wines innovations are widely used during the entire process of wine-making, in particular focusing on fermentation. Wine is kept in carefully selected large French barrels, are also sometimes used barrels of Slavonian oak.
"... Wine Roccolo Grassi - it is one of the most prominent representatives of the Veneto region. The owner Marco Sartori economy has surpassed all expectations. A true connoisseur of wine should do everything possible to get to his collection this drink. Elegance and power - is a constant corporate identity of these wines ..." Antonio Galloni, Wine Advocate