A Sunday in the vineyards of Irpinia

Vitis of the company Nardoe Nardo, walking from the vineyards of the company of Domenico Nardoe Nardoe, will floundering the future of viticulture in Italy, between new regulations of the European and national legislator, the local organizations, the objectives of Winemakers. Often the interests diverge, but not only in the wine sector, and the final decisions do not always combine the quality of the production with the meritocracy. With Alimentri products you should not joke; They come to our table, we should be more attentive to their quality and especially to the provenance of its ingredients, both in the production phase and in the transformation phase. Unless the winemaker decides to voluntarily trace its production chain and give evidence to the consumer, some of its phases may remain obscure and still adhere to the norms. We leave the vineyards to go to taste a label of the company, the so-called Vitis, the best known as Fiano di Avellino. An aromatic grape variety made famous in these areas where DOCG was recognized in 2003. Tito Livio wrote of this territory Sabatino, conquered by Romans in the bitter Irpinian wars of the centuries before the birth of Jesus Christ. The wine comes with a very elegant straw yellow, almost brilliant. Already from the visual examination we perceive a good acidity and structure that guarantee excellent balance to the wine. The smell is very seductive. The roasting is evident: almonds, a vague hint of hazelnut, drupes of apricot or peach. In addition, the vivid fruity flavors of peaches and Albococche, combined with a golden apple make the tasting enjoyable. You can also perceive pleasant floral scents, very sharp and well distinguished. Its freshness emerges In the mouth. Moreover, its well circumscribed and clear acidity make it particularly pleasant and prepares us for the next taste. The wine is balanced, ready and harmonious. A piece of ninety for a territory that flaunts its diamond tips as needed. The dish in combination was a first of tagliatelle, porcini mushrooms and speck with a slight dusting of parmesan reggiano. The union was well balanced. Perhaps a flavor accentuated by the cheese but well defended by the medium-strong tone of our wine. Http://www.nardonenardone.it/site/?menu=fiano-di-avellino

  Fiano di Avellino DOCG-Cantine nardoe nardoe name Taster temperature wine ambient temperature The pinch 10 °c 24 °c category wine                                   Date white 25.11.2017 wine name alcoholic strength vintage Fiano di Avellino DOCG 13% 2016  

Visual examination Crystal clearness
Straw yellow colour
Consistency/effervescence ABB. Consistent
Olfactory examination Intense intensity
Complex complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, toasted, mineral (soft notes of fruits with white pulp with preponderant hints of fruits with drupa and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: white peach, apricot, yellow apple, jasmine, Lily, broom, Hornbeam White , fresh almonds, fresh hazelnuts, read saline notes).
Taste-Olfactory examination Dried sugars Structure or body   Fresh acids  
ABB Alcohols. Hot   —-tannins
ABB Polyalcohols. Soft Quite sapid mineral substances
Balanced balance
Intense intensity
Persistence quite persistent
Fine Quality
Final remarks Evolutionary state ready
Harmonic Harmony
Pairing advice to match this wine to a fish preparation or to a first not too spicy as the dish described in tasting.
Rating 89


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