From Vulture the notary and his Deed

Glen Rose another metaphorical label of the professional activities of a notary. The deed is a product of Cantine del Notaio in Rionero in Vulture (PZ). This portion of Italy has for decades been a popular destination of feudal lords who, since the time of Frederick II, ending with the Bourbon, have followed and alternated in the stories of daily life at the time. The time Lords used to spend their days hunting in the woods of the surrounding area, loved the races of the Falcons (very common in Lucania), in short had elected them to summer residences for their most coveted pastimes. The vulture is a land of volcanic origin. The physical and chemical characteristics of the soil are relocating to Grapevine, its grapes and wine products, leaving an unforgettable spicy streaks in olfactory and taste-olfactory. The deed is a rosé wine made from grapes of aglianico, autochthonous of the vulture area, shared with the neighbouring region of Campania. The spicy notes are obvious being long and sturdy product for a sniff test, vinified in pink. Great drink that allows major combinations with medium-bodied dishes (sauce with porcini mushrooms; mushrooms easy to find even in early September on these hills). The first dish paired with this Rosé were, in fact, noodles with mushrooms and bacon. The robustness of taste of light fried Bacon were complemented well for concordance to the persistence of the Rosé of these cellars. An austere wine and known relative.

  Cantine del Notaio-Temperature room temperature wine taster Name the deed the pinch 12° C 22° C Category wine                                   Vintage Rosé Wine Alcoholic Name 03.09.2017 date the deed 13.5% 2015 Basilicata IGP

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Cherry pink
Consistency/Effervescence ABB. Consistent
SNIFF TEST Intense Intensity
Complex Complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, (soft notes of red fruits and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: Strawberry, pomegranate, raspberry, red rose, Peony, soft spicy notes).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body    Fig. fresh fatty acids  
Abb alcohols. broth   —-                               Tannini
Polyols ABB. Soft ABB. tangy mineral substances
Balance quite balanced
Intense intensity
Persistence persistent enough
Fine Quality
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony quite harmonious
Food pairing Advice to match this wine with a medium structured preparation of white meat or pasta with white sauce
Score 86

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