Between Langhe and Monferrato walking in the vineyards go

Emilio, the young winemaker, among the UNESCO World Heritage campaigns In a small town of our Italian province, the one closest to the territory, the one of "everyone knows each other", the one that reminds, with anecdotes and stories, characters and local facts of People equated to myths of our history, rises a small winery interesting for our reviews. We are in the province of Asti, in the then territory so dear to the Savoy family, of the monarchic glories, first, and the first governmental plots that brought to the much-discussed unity of Italy, after. Coazzolo (at) is a common microscopic inside a handkerchief of Earth that gives birth to the Piedmontese history of wine. Between Canelli, Asti, Alba (with its most famous names) rises, not far from the river Tanaro, the small winery Emilio Vada. Emilio is a young winemaker who possesses a characteristic now uncommon among his peers, humility. He has in his eyes that light reminiscent of shyness and respect for the next as the truest essence of family values. He and his family have transferred to the company production this practical substance, in a communion of intent, unveiled by patience, commitment, and by the order to be at the center of a territory that is often engulfed by commercial fidgets Of the big companies that insist between the Langhe and the Monferrato. Today we are in front of her Dolcetto di Alba. A variety considered secondary for decades, today, as in all the regions of Italy, we try to rediscover the soul of the less usual vines, those that have been almost forgotten and put aside, because "they served only to cut"-as it wants us to specify its Dad. Today the Dolcetto is back to be talked about, because Piedmont is not only Nebbiolo or Moscato di Canelli. Piedmont, in addition to the pomp of the most used bottles to accompany the meals of the "rooms of Buttons" (NDR), has a ampelographic variety much more consistent than what makes us believe the commercial dynamics; Moreover, the quality combined with a good compromise on the price, manages to satisfy all the palates, but above all all the pockets. The wine in the tasting immediately transmits a deep bouquet, intense, predominantly fruity and floral. It seems to be in a pleasant game of the goose: When you think you have finished, here is that the final box is different distance from the previous position, evident sign that, as the wine stationed in the chalice, it emanates a pleasant and new fragrance from Discover. So the veiled Violets are counterpart to small frschi blueberries, or the cherries just reddened from the sun to the sweet violets of the steep fields of our Piedmont countryside. In the mouth, veiled spicy and strong flavors and astringents resist the moderate acuity of alcohol. A wine that, in its young, insightful, albeit immature harmony, offers wild notes, little gentle and rustic to a full and round palate, particular and unusual. The company of Emilio Vada become part of our reviews with the elegance and style that characterize it; With its production, it manages to give unique emotions. A true wine, humble and shy as the eyes of our winemaker. Https://www.emiliovada.com

Dolcetto d'alba Doc-Emilio Vada [/caption] name Taster wine temperature ambient temperature The pinch 16 °c 22 ° C Wine category                                   Date Red 27.12.2017 name wine alcoholic strength Vintage Dolcetto d'alba Doc 13.5% 20156 

Visual Exam Clear Clarity
Ruby Red
ABB Texture/effervescence. Consistent
Observations
Olfactory exam Intense intensity
Complex complexity
Fine Quality
Fruity description, floral, spicy (soft notes of red-fleshed fruits and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: cherry, berries, strawberries, blueberries, cloves, peony, violets, violets, moist, light undergrowth, veiled and humus).
Observations
Taste-Olfactory exam Dry sugar Structure or body   Fresh acids  
Alcohols quite warm tannic tannins
Polyalcohols Soft Enough Abb. Savory Mineral substances
Fairly balanced balance
Intense intensity
Persistence quite persistent
Fine Quality
Observations:  
Final considerations Evolutionary state ready
Harmonic Harmony
Pairings I recommend to match this wine to a second dish of medium structured meat
Rating 88

 

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