Wine Bressan, Pinot Nero IGT, 2004
The wine is quite bright and warm red color with brick hues at the edges.
The wine has a delicious taste with well-balanced acidity and notes of cherry pie, rose, cedar, mushrooms.
In expressive aroma of wine is dominated by tones of different varieties of cherries - maraschino, sweet red and dark sour, also felt the notes of red berries, earth, balsamic vinegar, herbs (especially mint), wet undergrowth and tobacco.
The wine is perfect with red meat, grilled meat and various cheeses.
Wine Bressan Pinot Nero IGT 2004 is made from Pinot Noir grapes growing on mineral limestone soils with high iron content. The exposition of the vineyards south, the average age of the vines 20 years. Grape gently squeezed, and then cold filtration occurs, and further fermentation at a constant temperature of about 24 degrees. Subsequent slow fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, and followed by aging in oak casks for about 2 years. Only then the wine is bottled and aged in the cellars.
Pinot Noir from the company Bressan - wine with excellent balance, surprisingly fresh taste with good concentration. This is a really good wine, made in the traditional style, this small Italian masterpiece. In this connection the question arises - maybe you should not dwell on one bottle?
Company History Bressan, as is often the case when it comes to land, vineyards and wine, is a story made up of proper names: the name of the land, traditionally given for a variety of grapes growing there - Terah d'Izonzo - but especially from people's names, that hard work and perseverance have created a centuries-old tradition of winemaking. In the Land Registry of the Empress Maria Theresa, you can find the first mention of the farmers who paid taxes for the local lords sell wine. There you can find the name of Baron de Breskyani (from where the name Bressan), and the name of the company founder, Giacomo Bressan, who was born in 1726 and the beginning of the noble oenological activity.
Giacomo descendants expanded activities and wineries, despite all the external difficulties, increased sales and continued to produce wine in more and more without losing quality. The first, and after World War II was a disaster not only for humanity, but also for the grapes. Only through hard work Bressan family company was able to recover from total destruction. During this period, was also able to expand their holdings, with the purchase of adjacent land. Since then, their wines were recognized even at the international level.