Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Fullbacks

The journey as knowledge travel is definitely knowledge; We, as Odysseus, we continue our pilgrimage in search of the best wine production in Italy. In search of our Ithaca, our promised land, we went back to one of the wineries already being studied by us. Continue the journey between wines produced in Italy. Let's pick up vines vinified in purity. Today we go back to Abruzzo, at la Cantina Fullbacks. We chose to try the Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Doc. The wine has a very pleasant smell. A number of floral and fruity notes accompany more spice. The wine has a particularly voluminous. After a few sips you feel, especially in consideration of his persistence, a velvety feeling; enjoyable even at vie retronasal, this causes a long finish. A Rosé unappealing for intrepid pairings. A remarkable taste in his antithesis of perceptions: good acidity, very complex in taste. Although the rosato matches often with red meats, we have dared with a combination of pork ham. A matching definitely overwhelming for those involved in the sector. However, we find an excellent reaction of wine which, although it has a structure not suited to this dish, manages to captivate the taste to our palate. www.cantinaterzini.it

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOP-Cellar Fullbacks

Wine Temperature room temperature Pinch taster name 12° C 22° C Rosé wine Category Data                                            14% 26.08.2017 2016 Vintage Cherry Alcoholic Wine Name Abruzzo Dop

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Cherry pink
Consistency/Effervescence ABB. Consistent
Comments
SNIFF TEST Intensity quite intense
Complex Complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, spicy covertly (soft notes of red fruits and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: raspberry, Blueberry, pomegranate, veiled hints of cherry, wild rose, violets, Peony, violet).
Comments
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body   Fig. fresh fatty acids  
Abb alcohols. broth  Somewhat tannic Tannins
Sugar Alcohol Soft ABB. tangy mineral substances
Balance Quite Balanced
Intensity Quite Intense
Abb persistence. Persistent
Fine Quality
Remark:    
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmonic Harmony
Food pairing Advice to match this wine with a medium structured preparation of fish or white meat. His acute softness allowed us to combine the wine with a dish of red meat which expressed a note marked by bitter tendency and flavour after cooking on a barbecue.
Score 86

 

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