Has a deep ruby red colour with a violet rim when young. The nose is clean, fruity with hints of raspberry and woodland fruits. As it ages, it opens up and mellows. On the palate it reveals balanced tannins, accompanied by a full, persistent body. It is dry, distinct, full-bodied and austere.
It has a deep-red colour with light garnet tones. On the nose it is fresh and fruity, expressing scents reminiscent of red berry jam and cherries under alcohol. In the mouth it is pleasant and harmonious with a long persistency.
Lively, ruby red in colour with violet reflexes. On the nose, vinous, rich in fruit and flower aromas. On the palate, full and harmonic. Being so round and pleasant, it is a very versatile wine and a perfect match for a wide variety of dishes antipasti to meat and cheeses.
This is the real red wine Trentino. The guardian of "historical memory" for a farming sector that always did aim at absolute quality. A vigorous and powerful wine, it will stand up to any illustrious rival. So captivating, that we can place it at the highest levels of Trentino wine production. The jewel of Campo Rotaliano, it is the result of a culture and tradition marked in turn by the evolving history of this wine, fascinating in every sense.
This contemporary version of Rosso Piceno displays a deep ruby red, then offers classic varietal spice, along with lovely scents of vanilla, chocolate, and wild red berries. A dense weave of velvety tannins characterises the appealing, seductive palate, and the lingering finish is impressive. It's the perfect companion to the traditional dishes of Central Italy, as well as innovative dishes of Italy's contemporary cuisine.
Attractive greenish highlights complement a luminous straw-yellow colour. The wine offers a superbe, richly-faceted nose, with an intense, lively fruitiness offering scents of ripe grape and peach, plus abundant tropical fruit banana, citron and grapefruit. That crisp liveliness marks the palate too, with its pleasurable tartness, a dryness softened around the edges, and the lightest hint vanilla hovering throughout.
The colour is garnet-red with ruby highlights that take on a slightly orange tone over time. It has a clear-cut, intense nose with overtones of vanilla, spices, withered roses and underbrush. The taste is dry, but soft, full-bodied, velvety and well-balanced, and is very long-lasting.
Colour: Bright ruby red.
Bouquet: Intense, inviting and vinous, with pleasant violet, dandelion and ripe red fruit scents.
Taste: Dry, well-balanced, of great tannic balance.
Gastronomic matches: It is a classic wine for the entire meal, that easily compliments first dishes with tomato or meat sauces, meat roasts, mixed boiled meat, cold cuts and cheeses.
To deserve a "Reserve" label, the grapes selected to produce this wine must ensure a minimum natural alcohol content at least one degree higher than classic Teroldego Rotaliano. But that's not all. Before being bottled and put on the market, the wine must spend a mandatory ageing period of at least two years in our cellar, partly maturing in large oak barrels and partly in small oak casks called "barriques". This is what we mean by traditional style Teroldego; the wine is aged in wooden barrels, which nonetheless do not absolutely affect the wine's natural taste or fruit characteristics.
Showing deep ruby red, it releases intense aromas laden with rich spice and dried fruit; in the mouth it is a wine of superb richness and majestic flavours. A wine of superb richness and majestic flavours. The exceptional balance of all its components makes it ideal for lengthy cellaring.
Es, according to Sigmund Freud: it is instinct and wild passion - the same used to produce this wine - with no conditions, no rules, beyond space and time, logic or moral. It doesn't know good and bad. Es submits to one principle only: "PLEASURE".
Intense ruby red colour with a hint of violet. The bouquet has notes of mature, red fruits, such as cherries, amarena cherries, dried prunes, woodland fruits, blackberries and blueberries. The palate has a good, soft, ample structure and again confirms the nose, ending with spices, black pepper, canella and liquorice.
Very cold winter, very normal springtime. Many rainfalls during the all first part of the summer, but the end of July to the end of October the weather was sunny and dry, so the end of maturation and the harvest were simply perfect. Very balanced vintage, a great vintage.
The two varieties fuse in fine style. The Cabernet gives the Nero d'Avola a touch of mint, enriching its substantial supply of scents. Notes of licorice, cacao, cherries and bilberries against a sweetish background. The flavors are well-structured, full, absorbing and remarkably persistent.