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Monte Del Fra, Bardolino Italian Red Wine, 75cl

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This wine has to be served in a “Grand Ballon” wine glass and after one hour of decanting it gives a light red and bright color like the “Cerasuolo” but by aging, it gets a more intense and garnet color.

Fermentation took place with selected yeasts at 26-30°C for a period of eight to ten days, with frequent pumping over. Despite the very gentle extraction here, those fresh red fruit notes are in abundance but lifted even further by a lovely freshness thanks to the coolness of the nights during the growing season. This brand's origin dates back to 1772, when the Boscaini family purchased a few acres of vineyards in the Vaio dei Massi Valley. Monte del Fra wines express all the knowledge of the Bonomo family with a meticulous selection of the different territories and identifies the “crus” expressing the highest quality and excellence of Monte del Frà.Bardolino Frescaripa, produced with the traditional Veronese grapes Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara in the Bardolino Classico area, is a light red with intense aromas thanks to the beneficial climate of Lake Garda. There are over 40 wineries along the Lake Garda Wine Route – the Strada del Vino – which devote themselves to the production of Bardolino.

The “Bardolino DOC” and “Bardolino Classico DOC” are easy to drink with their fruity smell and their scents of strawberry, raspberry, cherry, currant and marasca cherry; on the other hand wines belonging to the three subgroups – refined during at least one year – are seasoned with spices such as cloves, cinnamon and black pepper. Beyond the classico zone to the south are flat, fertile plains where Bardolino wine is produced from high grape yields. It has a dry and sapid taste, lightly bitter but harmonic and fine, of great quality and sometimes depending on the settling time it could be lightly sparkly. Bertani’s impact on Veneto winemaking, particularly in Amarone production, is so considerable that ‘Bertani’ and ‘Amarone’ are nearly synonymous.

Situated just outside Verona, in the Morainic Hills near Lake Garda, Vini Sassara is a new project from longtime natural winemakers Alessia and Stefano Bertaiola. Please always read the labels, warnings, and directions provided with the product before using or consuming a product. It is quite surprising that this method was followed right during the early Romans' times and is continued today. To carry out activities necessary for web services requested by the user, personal data may be processed by third parties, autonomous controllers (e.

The driver will input your year of birth into their device and may then require an ID check to complete the age verification process. acres) GRAPE VARIETIES: Cortese (Fernanda), Garganega, Trebbiano Toscano, Trebbianello TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot IRRIGATION: drip system YIELD: 130 hl/ha VINE DENSITY: 4,500 – 5,200 vines/ha ELEVATION: 115 – 140 meters a. Bardolino wine is made from the Corvina, Veronese and Rondinella grape varieties and develops a bouquet with notes of cherry, sour cherry, strawberry, raspberry and black currant. The 'power' variation of the quaffable Bardolino classic is the Bardolino superior with its DOCG seal.What helps to maintain this particular colour and taste is the decision not to use wood for the maceration process: instead, the winemakers use cement vats faced with glass tiles. It was Nino who decided to move the production in the 1950s from the small winery in the historic centre of Bardolino to its present location,with more space and improved practicality, in the hills above the village with a spectacular view of Lake Garda. If this is not an acceptable solution please advise us in the 'Add A Comment' section at the checkout.

Bardolino (and indeed Valpolicella) wines have been subject to many comparisons with Beaujolais over the years. profiling activities carried out to analyse your personal preferences, interests, purchasing behaviour, and contact you for marketing purposes. The “Bardolino Chiaretto DOC”, whose name refers to the rose-coloured shade, comes from the same grapes as the Bardolino, but peels go through a “pinkish vinification” process; being partially in contact with them, the must softly changes its colour.The Superiore is a stronger aged wine, and was promoted to Denominazione di origine controllata e garantita (DOCG) status in 2001. Monte del Frà has a unique Italian history, led by our forefather, Massimo Bonomo, who in the mid twentieth century (Est.

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