Wine Cornell Gewurztraminer DOC Atisis 2007
Golden straw color.
Cornell Gewurztraminer has a full-bodied texture Atizis and elegant acidity. Bright bouquet reveals notes of tropical fruit intertwined with light tones of spices.
Rich aroma charms fragrant floral notes, interwoven with hints of honey, ginger and lychee.
The wine goes well with a variety of Chinese, Thai and Indian dishes, as well as foie gras, duck, Beijing, lobster, crayfish and blue cheeses.
Kolterentsio - the flagship wine in South Tyrol, which maintains its reputation not only of the highest quality wines, but also their wide palette of fantastic: very few people in Italy can be compared with this company for stylistic and quantitative diversity of wines, all of which are on the same high level . Winery Kolterentsio in Kornayyano surrounded by vineyards, located to the south of Bolzano. The landscape here is represented by scenic hills, which were formed by the movement of powerful blocks of ice in the Ice Age. It is a place where the best wines of South Tyrol, combining the warm aromas of alpine and Mediterranean spices. One of them is a beautiful Cornell Gewurztraminer Atizis created from only one grape variety - Gewurztraminer. For his growing company have been specially selected vineyards are broken, the soil of which consist of a mixture of gravel, sand and limestone, and are ideal for growing naughty variety. Grapes are carefully hand picked and immediately transported to the winery, where it is processed by cold maceration, then fermented in neutral containers at a temperature of 18C. Wine aged for 6 months to precipitate, and then filtered and bottled. Thanks to this technology Cornell Gewurztraminer Atizis has perfectly balanced, silky texture and complex flavor, which are woven shades of rose petals, nutmeg, cinnamon, ripe oranges and lemon balm.
Try delicious Cornell Gewurztraminer Atizis 2007, estimated famous wine critic Robert Parker 91 points that characterizes him as "an outstanding wine with a bright character and style." Cornell Gewurztraminer Atizis 2007 will be at its peak between 2007 and 2012.