Aglianico di Puglia only for "adults"

The scratching and roaring grape of archetype, synergistic farming gives very special sensations. This wine is for connoisseurs only: "Over 18s" of taste. It is not a mass wine; It is a wine of particular refinement on the palate. Synergistic agriculture is certainly a particularly niche philosophy. In This article, it will certainly not be the celebration of an agricultural management that has aspects still to be deepened with particular attention. However, it is possible to say that the wines produced with this philosophy leave to the palate in the most delicate sensations. Also a scratchy and roaring grape like aglianico, becomes "archetype" of delicacy. This is the main difference. This wine should be understood together with the philosophy of the family of Benedict. The wine is the fruit of a vinification in purity. Very rich in the nose, of fine texture and an intense ruby red ones. With a discrete consistency, the smell is particularly delicate, with the typical sensations of red fruits, but that are not oppressive compared to the young Aglianico produced by conventional agriculture: here is the difference. You can also replicate the same comment for the taste markings. The tannin is certainly typical of the local grape: roar but does not bite. This is the obvious sign that the unorthodox production of the winery reviewed has embarked on a particularly suggestive path in the panorama of Italian and Apulian wine Productions. The archetypal winery is without a doubt a company with an unconventional and innovative production. Good luck. Http://www.larchetipo.it/it/vini.html

Aglianico-Puglia IGP-archetype

 

Name Taster temperature wine ambient temperature The pinch 17 °c 24 °c category Wine Red Date                                            05.11.2017 Wine name Alcoholic strength Vintage Aglianico 13.5% 2013 Puglia IGP

Visual examination Clear Clarity
Ruby red color
Consistency/effervescence ABB. Consistent
Observations
Olfactory examination Intensity quite intense
Complex complexity
Pretty Fine Quality
Fruity, floral, medium-spicy description (soft notes of red pulp and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: sour cherry, morello, cloves, peony, violets, violets, tobacco, coffee).
Observations
Taste-Olfactory examination Dried sugars Structure or body    Pretty cool acids  
Alcohols quite hot   Quite tannic tannins
Soft enough polyalcohols Abb. Sapid Mineral substances
Balanced balance
Intensity quite intense
Persistence quite persistent
Pretty Fine Quality
Observations:  
Final remarks Evolutionary state ready
Harmonious enough harmony
Combinations I recommend to combine this wine with a second medium structured meat dish, or with roast accompanied by a plate of seasoned cheeses.
Rating 85

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