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A blend of Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz A bit sweet on the nose and showing a bit of reduction underneath the herb, briar flecked blackberry... Read more
The nose was beautiful with lush pink floral notes, ripe peach and a spritz of minerals. On the palate, it was remarkably fresh and vibrant with hi... Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Corullón Pr
A blend of Touriga Nacional and Tinta Roriz A bit sweet on the nose and showing a bit of reduction underneath the herb, briar flecked blackberry fruit, and dry soil aromas. Air cleans things up nicely revealing some blueberry fruit and a little brushy, dried herb, chaparral-like tone. Thi is super fresh in the mouth and packed with berry fruit that is taut and tight and a little youthfully harsh with high acid and angular little tannins in the mouth. There is so much fresh fruit here that you can ignore the edginess and appreciate this for what it is a tense, fruity, mouth-cleansing wine with good length. 87pts
The nose was beautiful with lush pink floral notes, ripe peach and a spritz of minerals. On the palate, it was remarkably fresh and vibrant with hints of young strawberries and inner floral notes which lasted through the long and refreshing mineral-laden finish.
Quite possibly the BEST sparkling wine I've had.
A great sweet wine!
big tannins, light bodied...long finish
Such a pretty wine, as the name suggests. A very elegant Bierzo (many are more rustic and concentrated). Dark plums and blueberries are balanced with minerals and purple flower aromas. Nice, long, giving finish. Tastes way more expensive than it is. Very versatile.
Not worth the money. Very jarring.
External Reviews for Corullón Pr
Petalo Il Vino dell'Amore - Luxuryweb.com/ Another Italian wine that complements chocolate very well is Petalo, Il vino dell’ Amore, a spumante Moscato dolce, from vineyards located between two cities celebrated for their lovers, Verona and Venice.
/ Bottega Petalo's Vino dell'Amore means the "wine of love." If you really want to impress, remember its meaning when opening up a bottle of this spumante on your anniversary or partner's birthday. The delicate, sweet sparkling wine is made from Moscato grapes grown in Northeast Italy's Colli Euganei region. The aroma is of wild roses with hints of apricot and peach. It's sweet with ripe flavors of apple and peach, making it delightful as an aperitif or can be enjoyed with desserts like custard, fruit tarts and ice cream.
Sante Selections / Fruity sweet with balanced flavors. Light to medium bodied, structured, and never overpowering. Good with tiramisu, cream cheesecake, or other creamy desserts
/ Fruity sweet with balanced flavors. Light to medium bodied, structured, and never overpowering. Tiramisu, cream cheesecake, or other creamy desserts.
PETALO Il Vino dell’Amore, the “wine of love,” adds an irresistibly romantic sparkle to any occasion. Produced by the Bottega family, this delicately sweet sparkling wine is crafted from Moscato grapes grown in northeast Italy’s Colli Euganei region, nestled between two fabled cities of love, Verona and Venice. Wild roses, like the one depicted on this bottle, grow among the Moscato vines in Colli Euganei and impart a pretty floral aroma to the grapes. This scent of roses subtly perfumes the wine, together with fragrant notes of peach and apple. PETALO is beautifully balanced on the palate, with fresh fruit flavors and fine, persistent bubbles. Whether the occasion is formal or impromptu, PETALO Il Vino dell’Amore is the perfect way to celebrate with family and friends. Production Area Colli Euganei, Veneto, Italy Grape Varieties 100% Moscato Giallo Vinification Grapes are hand-harvested and softly pressed in the winery. The sparkling wine is created in the Italian Charmat method, with fermentation in stainless steel tanks and a short secondary fermentation in sealed tanks for 30 days. The wine is then promptly bottled and released. The platinum bottle protects the wine by any source of light, preserving its aroma and freshness. Color Brilliant gold with a fine, persistent perlage Bouquet Pronounced scent of roses, with hints of apricot and peach Taste Pleasant and sweet with notes of candied apple and sweet peach. Lovely, persistent bubbles with a long lasting finish. Alcohol 6.5% Serving Suggestions An excellent choice for any celebration or occasion! Pairs well with lighter fare and a variety of desserts including custards, fruit tarts and chocolate desserts. Best enjoyed with the ones you love!
Perfect Pairings/ This sweet sparkling wine is the perfect Valentine's Day accompaniment. Its name, Il Vino dell'Amore, means "wine of love" and comes from the Colli Euganei region in northeastern Italy, located between two cities famous for their stories of amore, Venice and Verona. Made from Moscato Giallo grapes, the wine combines the scent of roses, which grows among the grape's vines, as well as hints of peach and apple.
/ Lovely floral and fruity aromas of peaches, apples and apricots; loads of flavor; sweet but crisp; smooth and refreshing. Not too sweet.
<p>This spumante's aroma has a strong rose presence, and as such a rose is depicted on the label. It has a low alcohol content and is best served as an aperitif or alongside dessert.</p>
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