Red Donalìa, teacher of orchestra

Cecilia, Director of orchestra from martyrdom to glory for a patron saint of musicians. Cecilia was also dedicated to the famous National Music Academy, because it is said that during his martyrdom sang odes to Ladies. From here the similarity between the Holy and the musicians, instrumentalists and conductors. The reader will wonder why today we speak of this Saint by associating it to the wine of the winery Farms of the walls? There is also a Cecilia our tasting. She, as a master of the orchestra has been able to move his family's innermost strings to play the best music ever. She managed to bring prestige to a wine production carried out by her husband Vito. In fact, it's true the saying that: "behind every great man is a great woman." Donalìa in the "red" is a wine with ample persistence; broad nose and taste. A true primitive who in Murge expresses doubt one of the most coveted prospects. The vinification is pursuing goals that lead to best express this native vine. In the cellar is vinified in purity. 2015 bottle is definitely young. Have we aroused your senses too soon. It is a wine that requires long ageing. Its capabilities are felt immediately after having Uncorked the bottle. Suggest you open it after 4-6 years after bottling. With a teacher, conductor and the wine will express the best floral and fruity notes for a long time. www.poderidellemura.it

Donalìa red-Primitivo Igp Salento-Farms of the wall

 Wine Temperature room temperature Pinch taster name 16° C 30° C Category wine Red Wine Vintage Alcoholic Donalìa Name 12.08.2017 Date 14% 2015 Primitivo IGP Puglia  

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Ruby red with Garnet reflections
Consistency/Effervescence fairly consistent
Comments
SNIFF TEST Intense Intensity
Complexity Quite Complex
Fine Quality
Description fruity, flowery, soft Spice (soft notes of red fruits and veiled hints of flowers of pleasant persistence: Plum, black cherry, cherry, violet, violet, dried flowers; soft hints of tobacco and coffee toasting, veiled in the streets retronasal).
Comments
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body   Cool enough Acids  
Alcohols hot enough Quite tannic Tannins
Polyols soft enough quite tasty minerals
Balance quite balanced
Intense Intensity
Persistence persistent enough
Fine Quality
Remark:    
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony quite Harmonious
Matching his accentuated softness defined by its infinite polyols lets you match this wine to meat dish with a bitter tendency accentuated and a strong flavor to contrast correctly glycerine in wine. We paired the wine to a portion of meat with tomato. In this case he played in our favour even a decided tendency flat tart.
Score 86

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