If everything was a Centesimino …

In the post-war period a Centesimino made the difference The second world war left an environment free of hopes, dreams, ambitions for all local people. The Italy, of all people, was a country torn apart by bloody period as that's typical frustrations. A unique period in history, unparalleled in grief, in sadness, in the knowledge that everything that had been built, was now lost. Each personal story is a novel. Each anecdote, a chapter in the life of the past but that has sealed the fate of peoples for decades. As long as I remember, even seniors living expression, will be shining, then avert similar events will always be strong and resilient. The reconstruction was tough. Each, in its own sphere, work, personal, emotional, had to leave. The people of Faenza, men and women of Romagna, apportioned, under wine, from a native grape, Centesimino. Grapes must and wine bottles. The characteristic is their sugar content. At first drink the wine is sweet. The wine into the chalice wheeling is almost full consistency. The glycerol results in a fantastic blend together with residual sugars. On the nose, this wine shows some hints of violets and roses very full-bodied. To the taste, a judicious persistence along with residual sugar that exalts the palate, especially if accompanied by a Braised meat with barbecue sauces; or local cheeses aged cheeses dei colli di Faenza. In addition, there is the presence of a freshly picked wild berries jam. Their freshness accentuates even more the drinkability of a wine that has been rediscovered in a historical period ominous for our country; However, a Centesimino can make a difference. https://remerovingio.com/vini/

Centesimino-Ravenna IGP-Merovingian King

 

Wine Temperature room temperature Pinch taster name 16° C 22° C Category wine Red Date                                            16.10.2017 Centesimino 13% 2016 Vintage Alcoholic Wine Name Ravenna IGP

VISUAL EXAMINATION Crystal Clear Clarity
Ruby red with Garnet reflections
Consistency/Effervescence Consisting
Comments
SNIFF TEST Intensity quite intense
Complex Complexity
Quality fine enough
Description fruity, floral, spicy (soft notes of red fruits and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: cherry, wild berries, cloves, Peony, violet, violas).
Comments
OLFACTORY TASTE TEST Sugar Sweet structure or body   cool enough Acids  
Hot alcohols Quite tannic Tannins
Polyols soft enough ABB. tangy mineral substances
Balance quite balanced
Intensity quite intense
Persistence persistent enough
Quality fine enough
Remark:    
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS Evolutionary State Ready
Harmony quite harmonious
Suggest pairings match this wine with a main course of meat on average textured, or local cheeses aged cheeses
83 score

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