Carlin de Paola Piemonte Rosso - $15.00

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A perfect summer red! Intense ruby red with soft garnet nuances in the glass, the Piemonte Rosso is intriguingly fresh, fruity and spicy on the nose. Perfectly round and balanced, pair with simple dishes like fresh cheese, ham, salami, or pizza. Easier drinking than most wines from this region.

Producer: CARLINdePAOLO s.n.c.

Production zone: Piedmont Region, Province of Asti

Climate: Mediterranean, characterized by harsh winters with temperatures reaching -15°C, and hot and humid summers with temperatures reaching 35° C

Soil: limy, clayey, sandy and calcareous

Altitude: 180 – 340 meters above sea level

Training system: traditional Piedmontese guyot with a vine density ranging from 4,000 to 4,500 vines per hectare

Grape varieties: Barbera,  Dolcetto, Bonarda in variable percentage depending on the harvest 

Production yield per hectare: 130 quintals

Average age of the vines: 20 – 30 years

Vinification: temperature controlled steel tanks

Colour: quite intense ruby red with soft garnet nuances

Nose: fruity, fresh, with spicy notes making this wine serious and intriguing

Taste: Round on the palate which enhances drinkability. In the mouth the wine is particularly soft and dry.  Red fruits such as cherry, blackberry and strawberry are prevailing, although also a floral note such as rose and violet is detectable

Alcohol: 12.5%

Total acidity: < 5.5   gr./l

Sugar residue:  4  gr./l

Dry extract: 27  gr./l

Food pairing: this wine perfectly matches with all the simple dishes, such as fresh cheese, ham, salami, appetizer and Pizza

Serving temperature: 18°C

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