Wine Villa Canestrari, "Plenum" Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG, 2004
Reviews of purchase Villa Canestrari, "Plenum" Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG, 2004
Wine brilliant golden color.
The taste of wine is soft, fresh, harmonious, with balanced acidity and a refreshing, light finish.
The wine has a clean, fresh and elegant aroma with notes of ripe fruit.
Wine is the perfect aperitif, goes well with seafood and chicken dishes, sushi and young cheeses.
Orvieto Classico Superiore - light wine with bright acidity. Vineyards estate Salvian located in a hilly area on the lake, in the heart of the zone Orvieto DOC, on soils with a high content of volcanic lava, red clay and limestone tufa. Due to the classification Superiore yield vineyards are strictly limited, and is included in the composition of the blend grapes Trebbiano is a certain percentage. The grapes are harvested by hand. Each variety vinified separately. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. Then must be assembled in cement vats and kept there for a short time. Potential wine storage - 7 years. Before serving wine is not recommended to decant.
Located between the hills of Umbria, the estate covers 4,940 acres Salvian around the lake Khobar and the Tiber River. The farm was founded in 1995, it belongs to the Marquis Incisa della Nerina Corrsin Rocchetta and controlled by her sons Piero and Giovanni. In fact, it is only part of a much larger estate Titinyano whose center is located in the medieval hamlet of the same name. Possession of the castle Titinyano, built at the beginning of the X century, in the XVII century have grown to the point that included the entire village and surrounding area, including Castle Salvian.
Vineyards Tenuta di Salviano planted Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Trebbiano Toscano and Grechetto and occupy more than 174 acres. In these modernized vineyards grapes are grown for the first-class white and red wines. Fermentation using stainless steel vats and endurance produces wines in barrels in the cellars of the estate.
The history of the winery Villa Canestrari dates back to 1888, when Carlo Bonutzi graduated from the Royal School of Enology in Conegliano Veneto. At that time he already owned many vineyards in Val d'Illazi. Getting new knowledge about wine contributed to the prosperity of the family business that had already taken place. In the 90 years of the twentieth century there was a merger of two families - Bonucci and Franci, which was the beginning of the development of the new history of the winery. At this time the company also became known as "Villa Canestrari". The philosophy of the winery is based on three components: territorial integrity, fidelity to tradition and undoubtedly high quality of products.
The company's vineyards are located in two regions - Valpolicella and Soave. The different microclimate of these regions makes it possible to grow grapes in optimal conditions for each variety. Magnificent wines "Villa Kanestrari" are exported to various corners of the globe and are popular with wine experts and consumers.
Next to the winery is a museum of wine. In it every visitor can find for themselves something interesting. Young people will be interested in the difficult and fascinating process of creating wine at a time when the winery was headed by Carlo Bonuzzi. Elderly visitors will be able to enjoy rare agricultural equipment. Also on the territory of the museum there is a conference hall where wine tastings and other events related to the wine industry are held.