Wine Tommasi Valpolicella DOC 2009
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Ruby color with a reddish tinge on the edge of the glass.
Valpolicella DOC 2009 has a perfectly balanced, full-bodied flavor, which is dominated by the seductive tones of cherries. Special savor the bouquet give light notes of spices, drop-down in a velvet finish.
Fresh aroma shows notes of ripe cherries, raisins and cinnamon.
Valpolicella goes well with hearty meat dishes of red meat and game, as well as piquant cheeses like Gorgonzola acute.
Try elegant Tommasi Valpolicella from which, according to traditional recipes, made from three grape varieties: Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara. Due to the fact that the vines are grown on chalk and limestone soils of the region Valpolicella wine has a unique taste and aroma, by which it can be easily distinguished from other Italian wines. For the production of Valpolicella grapes are harvested by hand during the first half of October, is separated from the ridges, gags and is fermented at a temperature of 25-31ºC. Special piquancy and full flavor adds a two-month aging in barrels of Slavonian oak.
Family group Tomazzi Vitikoltori was founded in 1902, when Giacomo Tommasi purchased his first vineyard. Over a century of history from a small family business company has evolved into a major producer, owns 135 acres of excellent land in the best wine region of Italy - Veneto. Of particular note is the fact that Tommasi makes wine only from grapes grown on their own lands, and their unique taste they acquire through the specifics of soil represented by limestone, as well as local grape varieties that best reflect the characteristics of the terroir. Today, skillfully combining in his work of traditional and modern winemaking techniques, Tommasi produces elegant wines, which annually receives high marks such respected publications as: Gambero Rosso (Italy), Wine Spectator (USA), Decanter (UK), Wine Enthusiast (USA) . In 2001 the company won the title Tommasi "The best wine house Italy."