Wine Valle Reale, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo "Vigne Nuove", 2010
Reviews of purchase Valle Reale, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo "Vigne Nuove", 2010
The color of wine - shimmering garnet with intense purple tint.
Excellent wine has a soft, velvety, fresh taste with hints of ripe fruit, a stunning structure that is felt in the wine very young age, and long breathtaking finish.
Bouquet of the wine is full aromas of black berries, minerals and balsamic undertones. Is dominated by shades of Montepulciano grapes, which emphasizes the spicy notes of oak, which appeared after exposure.
Wine is served with dishes of eggplant, pasta, meatballs, sausages and salami.
Red wine Montepulciano d'Abruzzo "Vigne Nuove" made from Montepulciano d'Abruzzo grapes grown in the vineyards on the southern and south-eastern exposure at an altitude of 350 meters above sea level. The process of growing grapes in the Valle Reale combines traditional techniques and methods of modern science of wine production. It uses the principle of "green" management, which excludes the use of synthetic chemical fertilizers and other substances. Fermentation occurs in steel tanks for 6-8 days, then maceration lasts 5-6 days, after which the wine is aged 6 months (4 months in steel tanks and 2 months - in bottles). Used barriques 2-3 years of use - after holding them in wine Callisto. Wine storage capacity of not less than 5 years.
Valle Reale founders are members of the family Pizzoli (third generation), who also own many farms and restaurants. This farm is the oldest of all the wineries holding Pizzoli, at one time there were invited Professor Leonardo Valenti (head of the Agronomy Faculty at the University of Milan) and one of the most famous oenologist Italy - Carlo Ferrini.
The favorable location of the vineyard is the Valle Reale - between two national parks Maiella and Gran Sasso. Its surrounding mountain range. Foothill climate has its own characteristics, such as a significant difference between day and night temperatures, so the wine a distinctive acidity and potential for exposure. Soils are poor in minerals, but contain large amounts of sea salt, which gives the wine a unique mineral shade. Maybe that's why products Valle Reale is very different from other wines of the region, and has become a kind of "new classics" for Abruzzo.