Colli Liburnians, mariners of viticulture

The Tower, Nero di Troia passionate the liburnians were a nation of sailors colonizers of our territory. Them, inhabitants of the present-day Croatia, were educated people who loved surfing. In fact, circumnavigating the peninsula, came to colonize even the coasts of present-day Tuscany. Liburnian bottlenecks are located in the area north of the Daunia pugliese, near the Lakes of Lesina and Varano. Ventilated area, hot summer and fairly rigid during the winter months, lush terrain for vines at the company. The owners of the winery tasting today are like the Liburnians, pioneer of Daunia. Their Winery is located in San Paolo di Civitate (FG). In 2007, after years of experience in mediation, they decided to take the plunge: have become to all intents of winemakers. Their company has bet on autochthonous, real architects of rebirth Apulian wine; Puglia, as we know, was once the vineyard in Italy. Today, although still in a fragmentary, initiated a long path of development of varieties. So the company our guest is pursuing a path that brings to the forefront the winemaking tradition, as well as a wide range of labels that may be expected to satisfy all kinds of consumers. The Troia grapes in wine tasting is the emblem of this land. The tower is a wine of long evolution. On the palate this typical features of astringency and tannins of the autochthonous FAZ. The label of 2016 is young. The wine needs to evolve. This is also noticeable after a long oxygenation. The wine was paired with a pork steak cooked on the grill. A perfect combination for a wine that has a path still long and that we will be happy to tell.[caption id = "attachment_985" align = "alignright" width = "1200"] red-black Tower of Troy IGP-Colli Liburnians [/caption] name taster Temperature 18° C room temperature Pinch wine 24° C Category wine Red Wine Vintage Alcoholic Name Date 16.07.2017 Red Tower 12.5% 2016 Troia IGP-Apulia

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Ruby red with purple reflections
Consistency/Effervescence fairly consistent
SNIFF TEST Intensity quite intense
Complexity quite complex
Quality fine enough
Description fruity, floral, (intense notes of ripe red fruits and flowers in red petal: plums, strawberries, berries, red rose, purple).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body    Fig. fresh fatty acids  
Alcohols hot enough   Tannic Tannins
Polyols soft enough Fig. tangy mineral substances
Balance Quite Balanced
Intensity quite intense
Persistence persistent enough
Quality Fine enough
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony quite Harmonious
Suggest pairings match this wine with a dish of red meat.
Score 76

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