"Sa lose Mulla" by Fraponti

The milestone of Cannonau, in rosé version. A visceral agronomic study, pedological to study the physiology of a rare grape of Sardinia. The Barbera Sarda is the vine with which the Fraponti wineries try to enhance the diversity of the vineyards in Sardinia. The rediscovery of ancient vines that know how to instill the terroir in the products that come from the earth, without distorting the surrounding environment. The vine in question has low yields, it does not need thinning, it is also particularly rustic; This allows easy adaptability to the granite and sandy soils of this strip of land. The product in tasting today is the fruit of modernity, understood as a natural continuation of the evolution of history and its origins. Nothing is distorted here, but freedom of expression is left to a productive process that emphasizes the intrinsic characteristics of a territory to be valued. The proximity to the sea and the gentle slopes of the softer hills that overlook our Mediterranean contribute to the complexity of the product. A rose laden in colours and odours, which allows us to appreciate a flavor and a arrotandata acidity from an unusual warmth for a rosé wine. A strong intensity, and a complexity are abandoned to the waft of odours that give an excellent balance and an authentic structure, in harmony with the palate. Sardinia always offers great surprises; We are happy to return, especially when we are fortunate enough to emphasize the work of serious and zealous winemakers like the Pancho family. http://cantinefraponti.com/

Pintadera-Cannonau di Sardegna Doc-Cantine Fraponti

 

Taster name wine temperature room temperature The pinch 12 °c 22 ° C Wine Category Rosé date                                            10.02.2018 Name Wine alcoholic strength Vintage

Pintadera 13% 2016 Cannonau di Sardegna Doc  

Visual Exam Clear Clarity
Color Pink Cerasuolo
ABB Texture/effervescence. Consistent
Observations
Olfactory exam Intense intensity
Complex complexity
Fine Quality
Description fruity, floral, spicy, saline (soft notes of fruits with red pulp and intense notes of flowers of pleasant persistence: strawberry, pomegranate, raspberry, red rose, peony, soft spicy notes with a pleasant salinity to the palate).
Observations
Taste-Olfactory exam Dry sugar Structure or body    Abb. Fresh acids  
ABB Alcohols. Hot   Abb. tannic tannins
Polyalcohols ABB. Soft Abb. Savory Mineral substances
Balanced balance
Intense intensity
Persistence quite persistent
Fine Quality
Observations:  
Final considerations Evolutionary state ready
Harmonic Harmony
Pairings I recommend to combine this wine with a medium structured preparation of white meats, or first courses with white sauces
Rating 90

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