Wine Vigneti di Foscarino Soave Classico DOC 2006
Wine rich yellow color.
Wine has riyatny, balanced flavor with sweet notes of fruit in the long aftertaste.
The wine has a scent with notes of wild flowers (daisy, iris) and honey.
Wine perfectly complements the fish cooked on the grill.
Vigneti di Foscarino - this wine, which is made from the best vineyards of Monte Foscarino, located on a hill Foscarini. This interpretation of the look of the past, in the history of the centuries, the sweet, old-fashioned wine since the Roman Empire. Old vines and old barrel, minimal intervention in the process.
Crop is harvested by hand. Then, a destemming and crushing berries. The resulting mash to stand for 4-8 hours and compressed. Followed by cold stabilization of wine at a temperature 5C. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentation takes place in oak Barik. Before bottling the wine is filtered through a coarse filter. Excerpt occurs in barriques for 7 months. Potential wine storage vignette di Foscarini is not less than 5 years. Annual production of about 26,000 bottles
The founder of the winery Inama is Giuseppe Inam, who in the 1950's started to get on their savings vineyards in the Soave Classico wine zone. Giuseppe was convinced of the potential of Soave and wanted to show the world what a Garganega grapes. His goal was to collect only high-quality vineyards with old vines Garganega and create a wine that would be able to raise the reputation of Soave.
In addition Garganega Giuseppe also began to grow Sauvignon Blanc, as local soil strikingly express themselves in this unique varieties. Today farming Inam owns 25 hectares of vineyards in the Soave, from which are produced as Soave wines and Sauvignon Blanc.
The idea of Giuseppe fully justified itself, and today the key to producing great wines Soave is to work with old vines that grow on the best plots.
In the 1990s Giuseppe Inam began producing red wines of the region Colli Berici. Mineral-rich soil, hot and dry climate create ideal conditions for ripening grapes such as Carmenere, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Carmenere was brought to this place Italian workers returning from France in the 19th century, Giuseppe Inam and his son Stefano believe Collie Berici - the best place for the cultivation of this variety. The company adheres to Inama organic methods in growing grapes. Stefano says: "We grow grapes in accordance with the principles of organic farming, but do not do this publicity, as it is not a marketing tool, the quality of wine - this is a real marketing tool."
Today Inam wine known throughout the world. Thanks to its excellent characteristics, they won the hearts of wine lovers and regularly receive awards, many critics, sommeliers and wine connoisseurs recognize Inam among the best.