Authentic Rosé in the land of Saint Joseph

Students, airmen and Vintners Copertino (LE) is a land of election of famous Vintners savor our Vito Marulli. He from 3 generations continues the work of its progenitors. Corporate innovation and modernisation were the main focus of the company's activities in recent years. The land of Negramaro no exceptions: is able to bear fruit very interesting and commendable quality. All this is nothing new for the local population; here was born St Joseph of Cupertino, patron saint of students, aviators, and we add no blasphemy, the patron saint of Vintners. Is not an idea is the result of a situation of temporary ecstasy; You can easily say that these vineyards, and its tenants, have exploited this territory. Here we can count on the help and understanding of St Joseph who, in these areas, was accused heavily when claimed to be able to accomplish. "The flying Saint" (as it was called at the time), accused and tried for "abuse of popular gullibility", became a Saint in the 18th century a.d. This wine is obtained by vinification of grapes of Negroamaro, with a gentle pressing of a few hours, in order to ensure the extraction of pigments authors of this color pink cherry. Aging in stainless steel tanks gives the wine of very obvious hints of strawberries and cherries. This PDO allows the Salento to express its full potential within the framework of viticulture; Tenuta Paraida is one of the symbols of this exaltation.

Paraida-Copertino Rosato-DOP Seal wines Marulli name taster Temperature 12° C room temperature Pinch wine 24° C Category wine Rosé Wine Name Date 25.07.2017 13% Paraida 2016 Estate Vintage Alcoholic Copertino DOP

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Cherry pink with shades of pale
Consistency/Effervescence fairly consistent
SNIFF TEST Intensity quite intense
Complex complexity
Fine quality
Description fruity, floral, some slight hint Deviled (intense notes of fresh red fruits, wild strawberries, cherries, raspberries, flowers at petal pink, pink, pink pepper, Juniper Berry).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body   cool enough Acids  
Alcohols hot enough Quite Tannic Tannins
Polyols soft enough Quite tasty minerals
Balanced Balance
Intensity quite intense
Persistence persistent enough
Fine Quality
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmonic Harmony
Suggest pairings match this wine with a plate of oily fish, averaging spicing or an aperitif of fresh fish.
Score 82

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