Trosè, Black of Troy in rosé

Lartey presents its rosé Trosè is a crasis between Troia, village in the province of Foggia, and the word rosé. Trosè is the fancy name of the label of Cantine Lauder to present the rosé from Nero di Troia. We return to the sub-Apennines Dauno, to the court of the Cantina Lauder that for this occasion makes us taste a black of Troy vinified in rosé. It is a wine from organic farming; Hand harvesting of the grapes, fermentation in steel and refinement in the bottle with a maceration of 10 hours of the grapes. The wine exudes the olfactory scents of the karst lands of the land of Capitania. The territory of Dauno, populated by ravines and karst gorges, releases the flavour and acidity typical of northern Puglia. Those stony hints accompanied by the softness of the fruity and floral notes young, fresh, cheeky and cheerful are the right contrasting useful to the palate to appreciate a wine of ready drink. The color of the wine is very particular. A rose Cerasuolo slightly unloaded, tending almost to the tenuous, which makes it particularly different from the shady colours of the typical rosé wines of Puglia. The combination that we wanted to propose consisted of a plate of prawns in the oven with an aromatic herb sauce and a bed of grilled potatoes with extra virgin olive oil. The wine has an acidity and a flavor suitably opposed to the delicatezz of the newly shelled prawn, confirming that, though the grape from which it comes is particularly rustic, the wine was well educated and educated in the contrast Taste. Ultimately, a good confirmation for the Cantine Lauder with their Trosè Rosato.

Trosè-Nero di Troia Rosato Puglia IGP-Cantine Lauder


Name Taster temperature wine ambient temperature The pinch 12 °c 22 °c category Wine Rosé date                                            08.12.2017 Wine name Alcoholic strength Vintage Trosè 12% 2016 Puglia PGI

Visual examination Crystal clearness
Color Pink Cerasuolo
Consistency/effervescence ABB. Consistent
Olfactory examination Intensity quite intense
Complexity quite complex
Pretty Fine Quality
Fruity, floral description (soft notes of fruits with red pulp and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: raspberry, blueberry, pomegranate, veiled hints of cherries, rosehip, violets, peony, violets).
Taste-Olfactory examination Dried sugars Structure or body    Abb. Fresh acids  
ABB Alcohols. Hot  Quite tannic tannins
Soft enough polyalcohols Abb. Sapid Mineral substances
Balanced balance
Intensity quite intense
ABB Persistence. Persistent
Pretty Fine Quality
Final remarks Evolutionary state ready
Harmonic Harmony
Combinations I recommend to combine this wine with a medium-structured preparation of fish or white meat.
Rating 81

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