Wine Giuseppe Cortese, "Rabaja" Barbaresco DOCG Riserva, 2001
Wine a brilliant dark red, shimmering shades of ruby and garnet.
The taste of the wine explodes with juicy tannins, fireworks from the orange and pomegranate colors. Fresh acidity, fine texture, light sweetness make clean, charming taste of the wine.
As a young man filled with the aroma of wine and citrus tones of rose, which over the years, giving way to shades of berry, coffee, juniper, cola, coriander and undergrowth.
Wine can apply to red meat, savory to spicy meats, meat grilled rabbit and aged cheeses.
Wines Giuseppe Cortese is the dream of every fan wines of Piedmont. Located in the heart of the famous area Rabaja, a small family winery is known for its elegantly balanced wines. They are run by people who have a deep knowledge of viticulture and winemaking, with respect to the related long tradition and knowledge. Born in Barbaresco, Giuseppe Cortese began his career working with his father Giacomo in the family wine business. After receiving invaluable experience and convinced of the great future Barbaresco wines, Giuseppe began to actively introduce the latest methods of vinification, coming to the management of the winery in 1971. He then reconstructed the winery and began the search and acquisition of new land under vines. Gradually, Giuseppe joined by his sons, and now and a granddaughter.
The winery Giuseppe Cortese is located in a natural amphitheater formed by two hills - and Trifolera Rabayya on which the vineyards are divided. Nebbiolo vine varieties planted on the first hill, and Chardonnay, Dolcetto and Barbera - in the second. The climate is extremely important: hot summers and cold winters are optimal for the cultivation of Nebbiolo, whose taste different from year to year, depending on the vagaries of the weather. This variety tends to mature at the end of the season and gives the best harvest in a sunny climate at an altitude of 150-400 meters above sea level in the lime-marl soils of the region Barbaresco, reaching the highest aromatic complexity.