Wine Vulcaia Fume Sauvignon del Veneto IGT 2005
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Reviews of purchase Vulcaia Fume Sauvignon del Veneto IGT 2005
Wine rich golden-yellow color.
The wine has a balanced taste with hints of pineapple, grapefruit and citrus. Pleasant, sustainable aftertaste.
The wine has a complex aroma with notes of tropical fruit and oak, as well as notes of roasted coffee.
Wine is the perfect complement to the smoked fish (herring or salmon), and goes well with fried eggs and liver.
Vulcaia Fume Sauvignon del Veneto - golden wine with rich fruit flavors. The grapes for this wine are grown on volcanic soils of the southern and south-eastern exposure and the average age of the vines - 20 years. After harvesting, destemming and pressing grapes are left in special containers for 24 hours at 5 ° C. After malolactic fermentation follows alcoholic - it is carried out in special barriques, 25% of which - new. Vulkaya fumé Sauvignon aged for 8 months. In the year produces about 18,500 bottles of wine. Wine storage capacity ranging from 4-5 years.
The founder of the winery Inama is Giuseppe Inam, who in the 1950's started to get on their savings vineyards in the Soave Classico wine zone. Giuseppe was convinced of the potential of Soave and wanted to show the world what a Garganega grapes. His goal was to collect only high-quality vineyards with old vines Garganega and create a wine that would be able to raise the reputation of Soave.
Apart from Garganega Giuseppe began to grow Sauvignon Blanc, as local soil strikingly express themselves in this unique varieties. Today farming Inam owns 25 hectares of vineyards in the Soave, from which are produced as Soave wines and Sauvignon Blanc.
The idea of Giuseppe fully justified itself, because the key to producing great wines Soave is to work with old vines that grow on the best plots. In the 1990s Giuseppe Inam began producing red wines of the region Colli Berici. Mineral-rich soil, hot and dry climate create ideal conditions for ripening grapes such as Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Carmenere was brought to this place Italian workers, who were returning from podrabotok in France in the 19th century. Inam Giuseppe and his son Stefano believe Collie Berici - the best place for the cultivation of this variety. The company adheres to Inama organic methods in growing grapes. As Stefano says: "We grow grapes in accordance with the principles of organic farming, but do not do this publicity, as it is not a marketing tool. Quality wine - this is a real marketing tool. "
Today Inam wine known throughout the world. Thanks to its excellent characteristics, they won the hearts of lovers and regularly receive high honors.