Frost on the pace of Petracavallo

Poetic inspiration from the vine to the camp where Rahman in spin/some pampano shines, and mattinal smoke/fog seems broken […] (cited in Arano, g. Pascoli)

An inspiration that comes from afar, the pastures; not only that, the ancient Greek civilization to Fiano, the farms of ionic arch. Puglia is not a land of white wines. Tradition, terroir (except in very rare cases), habits in farming techniques are not in favor of our wine growers. Moreover, Fiano, appreciate fully, it needs a land that provides a great range of metal and mineral. The volcanic soils (certainly not those from Puglia) manage to bring out its best. Entrepreneurship, that pioneer, pioneer, even a little dreamer, driven by the desire to innovate, to change and sometimes even amaze, try to change the course of events, and results. Of course, the merit of our winemaker is to provide a genuine natural product. Fiano di Petracavallo is a product without invasive chemical agents or other additives that may upset its naturalness. A product that is inherent to nature, to the land where he was born and grew up. The wine receives no external alteration: taste, aroma and colour are the result of natural transformation from the row, accompany the grapes until its transformation into wine. As well as the verses of poetry started from spin to "pampano shining" we receive this product given by nature. From the vineyards of Petracavallo, from those rows where shines the dew on the vine leaves, you can hear music that celebrates nature. A long journey awaits this wine; a complex and arduous path to achieve the best results.

Petracavallo Fiano-Fiano IGP


Wine Temperature room temperature Pinch taster name 10° C 28° C Category wine White Wine Alcoholic Name Date 07.07.2017 Vintage Petracavallo 11% 2016 Puglia Fiano IGP

Straw yellow with greenish reflections
Consistency/Effervescence ABB. Consistent
SNIFF TEST Abb intensity. Intense
Complexity ABB. Complex
Quality ABB. End
Description fruity, flowery (veiled hints of white fruits and white petal Flower: peach, apricot, light hints of freshly mown Hay grass).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body    Fig. fresh fatty acids  
Alcohols ABB. hot   —-                               Tannini
Polyols ABB. Soft Fig. tangy mineral substances
Abb Balanced equilibrium
Abb intensity. Intense
Abb persistence. Persistent
Quality ABB. End
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony ABB. Harmonious
Suggest pairings match this wine with an aperitif with finger foods including fish.
Score 72


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