Wine Salvalai, "Borgoantico" Bianco del Borgo Seco
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Reviews of purchase Salvalai, "Borgoantico" Bianco del Borgo Seco
Wine has a golden color with greenish hues.
The taste of the wine refreshing, has a pleasant fruity notes and good acidity. The finish is long, thin and very flexible.
The aromatic bouquet of wine is enough energetic, abounds in tones of citrus fruit and gooseberries, which are supplemented by the nuances of herbs.
Experts recommend to consume this wine paired with fish dishes, seafood, white meat, vegetable salads, as well as paired with cheeses.
"Serbal" ("Rowan") or "Lady of the Mountains" - Celtic magic tree, reaching 15 meters in height, which grows well on slopes. It has a very beautiful white flowers in spring, red fruits in summer and autumn of extraordinary color. The line of young fruit wines "Serbal" is created from grapes from areas located in Tupungato at an altitude of over 1,300 meters.
"Serbal" Sauvignon Blanc, 2011 - delightful dry white wine from Sauvignon Blanc grapes. For the aging of wine, which lasted for 6 months, using stainless steel tanks. After bottling the wine was further kept in bottles for 4 months. The potential for wine storage is 3 years.
Cantine Salvalai produces quality wines in 1870 from grapes grown in the vineyards of the hills of Verona. Here, on the picturesque shores of Lake Garda, lands rich in history and tradition of thousands of years of wine-making, in the economy Salvalai grow grapes for the production of the famous and popular Ripasso and the inimitable Amarone, which is made using the ancient technique of drying the grapes. Salvalai Vineyards are located in three areas of "Classico" in Verona (Soave, Bardolino and Valpolicella), the practice of growing international varieties such as Merlot and Chardonnay. In the late 60s, Salvalai were among the first in the region who successfully export its wines beyond Italy.
Cantine Salvalai - a vast experience in the complex art of winemaking and a genuine love for his work, combined with deep-rooted traditions.