Wine "Stellato", Vermentino di Sardegna DOC, 2010
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Reviews of purchase "Stellato", Vermentino di Sardegna DOC, 2010
Wine intense straw color with light greenish reflections.
The taste of wine a nice, warm, lively, with citrus nuances, shades of spices and almonds, which give the wine an interesting light bitterness.
Slim and distinctive aroma of the wine is woven from echoes of Mediterranean plants, delicate flowers and juicy ripe fruit.
The wine goes well with seafood, white meat, fish, mollusks, crustaceans, non-acute soups.
"Stellato" created from grapes Vermentino. Berries collected from the age of ten vines grown on sandy and clay soils interspersed with limestone and gravel. The vineyard is situated at an altitude of 150-180 meters above sea level. The average yield of 65 quintals per hectare. After careful selection of berries are processed under mild pressure. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel vats at a temperature of 12 ° C. Then the wine is aged on the lees for 3 months and then bottled.
In 2006, the wine "Stellato" won a bronze medal at the "International Wine & Spirits Competion" in London.
Pala - this economy with more than sixty years of history and tradition, which created four generations of the family. It was founded in 1960 by Salvatore Pala. Being one of the most famous producers of Sardinia, Mario Pala, which now stands at the head of a winery, managed to turn the company into a modern, updating equipment and create the most authoritative wine Sardinia. The company's philosophy is very sensitive with regard to product quality, attention to detail and a great attachment to the land of Sardinia, and harmoniously combine both modern and more traditional methods of winemaking.
Farm owned by five major sections - Is Crabilis, Tanca S'Arai, S'Acquasassa, Costa is Arangius, Benatzu Coloru, which cultivate different varieties of grapes, which positively contributes to the diversity of soil and climatic conditions. Today Mario Pala creates wine, clearly expresses the local terroir, which are sold from Sardinia to Oceania. The farm has won numerous awards from the most prestigious wine critics. Despite the titles and achievements, Palo family does not stop there and devotes all his time to the care of the vineyards and cellars economy.