Wine Rodaro Paolo, Pinot Grigio, Colli Orientali del Friuli DOC, 2016
Reviews of purchase Rodaro Paolo, Pinot Grigio, Colli Orientali del Friuli DOC, 2016
The wine is a clear, straw-yellow color.
Reserved mineral tones blend harmoniously in the taste of wine with hints of grapefruit, herbs and ripe peach. Slightly spicy aftertaste has a good durability and a balanced acidity.
Pleasant, medium intensity wine aroma filled shades of peach, lime, pepper, sage, thyme and other aromatic herbs. Delicate notes of citrus peel, green peppers and tomato leaves increase its depth.
Wine is served with seafood, fish and soft creamy cheeses.
Rodaro, Sauvignon, 2014 - monosortovoe wine with terraced vineyards "Rokkabernarda" whose age is about 20 years. Low productivity is maintained at 1.5 kg of berries from a bush. The grapes are harvested by hand at the end of August and after a soft pressing is fermented in stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature of 19 ° C. Wine Extract conducted in the same containers for 7-12 months. Maximum Sauvignon fully reveal its taste after 2 years after the harvest. Wine Storage Capacity is 8 years.
Labels classic wines Rodaro line decorated with a flower, whose bright orange color symbolizes the combination of energy of the earth and forces of nature. This is a clear response to the new needs that arise in people in the age of frenzied rhythms and modern technology, when to it that there is a "here and now" forget about the future. Company Paolo Rodari tries to return the "time value", presenting wine, which is necessary to give time for the development. Thus, the flower on the label symbolizes the genuine link between the land and nature, showing respect for the natural course of life. Flower - is a fresh, simple, gentle and pure image that hides the depth and complexity of the wine.
With the help of their wines Paolo Rodaro seeks to convey the wonderful harmony that exists between color, delicate aroma and characteristics of each grape variety. The company takes part in a project aimed at reducing the use of chemicals in agriculture and reducing the impact on the environment. As oenologist, a farmer and curious traveler, Paolo conducts research and experimenting with transplanting endangered grape varieties, such as Picolit, Skoppettino and Pignola, which, although they create trouble when growing, but in the end are rewarded for their efforts fascinating and complex wines.