Bruno Verdi Red Blend Oltrepò Pavese Sangue di Giuda Paradiso 2006
Tasting Notes: Ruby red colour charged with natural foam, sweet flavour, fruity nuances bouquet with a hint of violet. It must be served at a temperature of 12° - 14° C Indicated for desserts, soft cheeses and cooked cold meats. Percentage Grape: 50% Barbera; 30% Croatina; 20% Vespolina grapes Growing Climate: The cultivation of the grape happens only in the hilly zones with a concentration of around 90% of the cultivable territory with great grapevines that give prestigious wines. The authority has released the certification of the quality of this production with the official classification D.O.C. in 1970: "it is reserved to the wines obtained from the vineyards of the homonym zone of production that has determined characteristics established by the Disciplinary" Date of Harvest: October Vinification Method: The productive cycle happens maintaining care in every phase of the vinification. Grapes are softly spremite to avoid to crush the you rasp. The first fermentation happens in steel containers isothermal inox. The controlled temperature is essential for the fermentation for making to exalt the qualities and the perfumes. Alcohol Percentage: 10.5 %
I recently had my first glass of this unique, sparkling wine and instantly fell in love. However, beware: this wine is incredibly sweet.
Definitely a wine to savor over peeled sliced peaches!! Go Paolo!
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This is a Lombardian specialty wine. It's sparkling, red in color, nicely sweet yet tangy and full of cranberries, cherries and currants. This truly makes your mouth water and is an ideal match with cold cuts, cheeses and olives. Drink chilled.
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