Wine Vigneti del Vulture, "Pipoli" Rosato, Basilicata IGT, 2015
Reviews of purchase Vigneti del Vulture, "Pipoli" Rosato, Basilicata IGT, 2015
The wine is bright crimson.
The wine has an exquisite, steady taste, demonstrating the tempting tones of cherries, ripe berries and flower streaks in a harmonious aftertaste.
The delicate aroma of wine is dominated by cherry shades, nuances of violets and plum notes.
The wine is ideally combined with white meat, spicy cheeses and fish dishes.
Vigneti del Vulture, "Pipoli" Rosato is created from the traditional for the region Basilicata cultivar Aglianico. Elegant wine with an expressive taste and aroma, which is dominated by cherry shades and delicate floral shades. In the process of vinification, the wort is fermented at a temperature of 10 ° C and kept on the precipitate. Specialists recommend to serve Rosato "Pippoli" with meat and cheese dishes, as well as seafood and sea fish.
In 1582, Princess Margarita of Austria, daughter of Emperor Charles V, married Duke of Parma Ottavio Farnese and bought Orton for 52,000 ducats. Fascinated by the fresh air and picturesque lands of the region, she decided to build a castle on the seaside for recreation. The construction of "Margarita" - so affectionately called the castle - gave a great impetus to the development of the surrounding lands and the development of viticulture and winemaking. The wines quickly became not just popular, they decorated numerous banquets of the main European courts.
Today, Farnese continues to cultivate the very vineyards in the northern part of the picturesque Moro Valley. The vineyards have a beautiful exposition, and the mountain Maiella, which is 3000 meters high, only 30 km from them, creates an excellent microclimate. The area of leased vineyards is 150 hectares, the total annual production is 11000000 bottles. According to the wine critic Antonio Galloni of the magazine Wine Advocate, "Farnese wines are clean," right "and very tasty." The farm does not deviate too far from its main course - the production of simple, well-made wines. " Currently, Farnese offers two lines: the first - a simple high-quality wine, the second - a series of "Casale Vecchio", which consists of special wines. Farnese represents an unbeatable price-quality ratio and that's why the winery has been recognized for three years in a row by the "Italian Wine Year"!