Castelplanio, history of Napoleon to the wines of the family Salazar

The maceration of verdicchio wine Produced in very few specimens, this wine with the glass stopper is an experiment in cold maceration of the grapes verdicchio. We are in the estates of the family Salazar near the Esino, a famous wine region in the northern part of Marche. The area of Metauro is florid soil for viticulture. Confirmation is the long hint flavor and triumphed in the chalice of wine tasting "Marika". This wine offers food for thought very original; both in terms of production techniques, both for the encapsulation method. The maceration is a chemical-physical process that increases considerably the olfactory range of wine. The grapes before processing, are taken at very low temperatures before the next pressing. Low temperatures set those volatile compounds present within the skins that give the wine particular aromas and interesting. The glass stopper is a method of bottling, which was used mainly in Piedmont, and in fact the albeisa (the bottle of Barolo and Barbaresco) is prepared for this type of plug. The stopper is elegant, delicate, allows you to present a bottle of Piedmontese wine-making tradition in a region other than the one where he saw birth. The texture on the palate is particularly smooth. The combination of "traditional" allows us to introduce a historical event in the region. The dish is the "vincisgrassi", a sheet of egg noodles reminiscent of lasagna of Emilia. The name of this dish is the Italian pronunciation of the surname is derived from the onomatopoeic expressions: an Austrian General who liberated these lands from the Napoleonic domination (Alfred von Windisch-Graetz). wine taster Name room temperature 10° C 22° C Pinch Category wine D ATA 14.09.2017 White Wine Alcoholic Name Vintage Marika 13% 2015 Verdicchio dei caste lli di Jesi DOP

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Pale yellow
Consistency/Effervescence ABB. Consistent
SNIFF TEST Intensity Quite Intense
Complex Complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, spicy, Toasted (soft notes of white fruits and intense notes of white peach, apricot flowers pleasant persistence:, golden Apple, jasmine, Lily, gorse, hornbeam, fresh almonds, fresh hazelnuts).
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Dry Sugar structure or body    fresh fatty acids  
Abb alcohols. broth   —-                               Tannini
Polyols ABB. Soft tangy mineral substances
Balance Quite Balanced
Intensity Quite Intense
Persistence Persistent
Fine Quality
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony quite Harmonious
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) given the particularly vigorous on the palate, the wine in the traditional winey dish we Metauro the Vincisgrassi.
Score 86


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