Mi Amore Cagnina di Romagna 2013
Tasting Notes: Cagnina di Romagna dolce Crete di Lamone comes from the hilly zones around Faenza. It is ideal with dry pastries, and also ( in particular ) with chestnuts. Percentage Grape: Terrano grapes and, to a lesser extent, Ancellotta grapes. Alcohol Percentage: 8.5 % Sugar Rate: 0-5 g/l
Amoré Winery began in the spring of 2000 with our vineyard. While our vines were maturing, we undertook the major renovation of the barn next to the vineyard. Our winery opened in the spring of 2003. We now offer a wide range of varieties that are certain to match your desire and taste. Check our wine list page for a description of the wine selections we now have.
External Reviews for Mi Amore Cagnina di Romagna
Pleasantly sweet, Adesso's berry aromas and flavors are impossible to resist. Low in alcohol, Adesso is a fun and easy to drink red wine for those who prefer their wines "off dry". - Winery
Emilia-Romagna, ItalyAdesso is a sweet red wine gem made of 100% Refosco from the Rimini area of Italy's Emilia-Romagna region, just south of Venice. Cagnina di Romagna, the wine's DOC, has been made since the 13th century. Adesso, which means "now" in Italian, is produced by Le Rocche Malatestiane, a wine cooperative established in 1994 that today comprises 990 vine-growing members managing 800 hectares of vineyards. Adesso Cagnina di Romagna is soft garnet in color. It is medium in body with a pleasant nose of red berries and flavors of black raspberries, cherries and spice. It is nicely balanced to enjoy now and over the next 3-4 years. This wine is long and silky smooth on the finish and easy to love with only 9% alcohol!Enjoy Adesso Cagnina di Romagna with pasta, veal Milanese, chicken cutlet and mild cheeses.
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