Wine La Carraia, "Le Tre Bifore" Rosso Umbria DOP, 2016
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Wine shining ruby-red color.
The taste of wine is full bodied, bright, with soft tannins, lively acidity, fruity and spicy tones.
Lush aroma of the wine reveals notes of ripe blackberry, strawberry, black currant, soft shades of mocha, tobacco, spice and oak nuances.
Wine will be perfect pair with simple dishes, pizza, pasta, salami and sausages. It is able to decorate a barbecue and picnic either.
The name of the series of wines "Le Tre Bifore", translated from Italian as "Three double window" has received a symbolic reflection in the picture on the label. In the name of a hidden meaning - each wine line is created from three grape varieties.
Wine "Le Tre Bifore" Rosso Umbria made from a mixture of grape varieties Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grown in the vast Umbria. Berries are subjected to short-term cold maceration. Alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. To preserve the freshness of taste and aroma of wine for a few months aged in steel tanks and then bottled.
Winery "La Carraia" emerged in 1988 as a result of the cooperation of the owner of vineyards and wineries Odoardo Dzhaletti Riccardo Kotarella. From a young age Odoardo Dzhaletti life was associated with vineyards. At this time in Italy viticulture and winemaking experienced a period of recovery, apply new models and methods of production. Energetic and inquisitive young man to experiment in order to create great wines. Opening at the end of the 60s the hotel and restaurant, Odoardo not abandoned his youthful dreams, a few years later, he finally decided to give serious attention to winemaking. A crucial role in the creation of the winery La Carraia played Dzhaletti meeting with the young, but knowledgeable oenologist Riccardo Kotarella. As a result of their joint long-term work came to light great wine Orvieto Classico, "Poggio Calvelli", "Fobiano", "Tizzonero", Sangiovese, "Giro di Vite" and "Le Basque".
Over the years, "La Karrayya" firmly established at the national and international wine market. The farm, which owns 200 acres of vineyards, pay more attention to the relationship with the land and its biorhythms. Odoardo Dzhaletti continues fruitful cooperation with the now well-known and respected in Italy and other countries oenologist Riccardo Kotarella. Together with his sons Mauro and Marco, he oversees the work in the vineyards and winery, ensuring the high quality of wines that reflect a deep love for nature and respect for human labor.