Crag moscato of Larkins

Falesia di Puglia walking among the Apulian Karst ravines, those overlooking the Adriatic, we ran into a cliff. The cliffs are Rocky common phenomena in our country; the most famous are located between Italy and Slovenia, Trieste. Also on the Gargano (Apulia) there are the famous caves where the cliffs. In this area it is normal that there is a particularly lush and varied flora and fauna. The land although rare and essential nutrient for Rocky, plants and animals, with the slow evolution, have developed attitudes to life. Cliff is a label of the cellars Larkins. A still wine Muscat grapes aged sur lies. The olfactory impact is particularly intense and complex. A bouquet of aromas that recall a freshness and flavor typical of marine environments and windy. Holm oak, Laurel, gentian, hornbeam, Hazel, Juniper, thistle, Willow are just a few of the scents perceived in wine tasting. Its freshness and flavor are noticeable. The wine is especially saline. A breath of iodine there brings back memories of the walks around the marine survey of the lands of Gargano, where is this company. Pairing is suggested by wine, without hesitation; We picked a dish of raw fish, mainly crustaceans and molluscs. Between the cliffs, the wind at the end of summer, the freshness of the wine, the pleasant memories ride our words in pleasant company. www.terredelgargano.it/cantinelosito

 Crag-Temperature Wine Cellars Losito taster Name IGP Salento-temperature 22° C 8° C Pinch Category wine                                   Vintage White Wine Alcoholic Name date 28.08.2017 Crag 12% 2016 Moscato Puglia PGI  

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Straw yellow with greenish reflections
Consistency/Effervescence ABB. Consistent
Comments
SNIFF TEST Intense Intensity
Complex Complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, aromatic, Ethereal (soft notes of white fruits and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: Sage, Bay leaves, Juniper, hornbeam, herbs, iodine, peach, apricot, jasmine, broom).
Comments
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body   fresh fatty acids  
Abb alcohols. broth   —-                               Tannini
Polyols ABB. Soft tangy mineral substances
Balance Quite Balanced
Intense intensity
Persistence persistent enough
Fine Quality
Remark:  
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmonic Harmony
Food pairing Advice to match this wine with a medium textured fish preparation. The floral notes particularly accentuated allow you to pair your dish prepared main courses with fish c.s. blue fish (breaded and fried). The dish together was a dish of raw fish (mainly crustaceans and molluscs)
Score 86

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