Kantharos, where drinking good wine

The surname the fate of profession grape Angel last name stroking his destiny as winemaker. We at Larino (CB), a Petting Zoo, famous in the district that produces excellent wines from native grapes. Molise, in the past few years, is producing some excellent wines even valorisation policy of autochthonous fruit that already features some regions of Italy. The main territory of frentania is a land of election. The altitude of around 400 m a.s.l. is ideal for the cultivation of vineyards. La Terra degli Osci, ancient people, has for years been a place of bitter clashes that accompanied this territory over the centuries up to the present day. Kantharos, from the Greek ' Cup ', was very helpful to drink wine. Different versions have been built in different historical periods, however all useful to emphasize the flavors and aromas of wines available for tasting. Like our ancestors, we opened a bottle of Kantharos, a trebbiano of Molise in blends with the malvasia bianca. The aromas are those typical of grape varieties that give off hints of Sage, rose, musk, herbs derived from terpenes contained in the skins of the malvasia; While for the most neutral grape trebbiano, fruity and floral aromas, Gustatory phase. The blend allows a special enrichment for the taster: hints of yellow fruit mix intensively at the aromaticity of the malvasia. The bottle in the tasting is 2016. The wine has not been stabilized but aged several months in bottles at cellar temperature. However, the wine is clear, so as to allow ourselves to be quite surprised at the tasting. The drink is nice, especially in the warmer season. We paired the wine to a seafood appetizer with some sauce to flavor the food. Kantharos is a wine worthy of success. http://www.cantineduva.it/

Kantharos-Biferno white Doc-Grapes Wineries

Wine Temperature room temperature Pinch taster name 10° C 24° C Category wine White Wine Alcoholic Name 22.07.2017 Date 13% 2016 White Vintage Kantharos Biferno

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Pale yellow
Consistency/Effervescence fairly consistent
SNIFF TEST Intensity quite intense
Complexity quite complex
Fine quality
Description fruity, flowery, aromatic (intense notes of white fruits and fresh flowers at petal white: apricot, peach, rose, jasmine, Basil).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body    Cool enough Acids  
Alcohols hot enough                                                         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 raw fish as an aperitif. The dish together was a "pepata" of mussels and a perch tartare
Score 81

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