Deep purple. A savoury blackcurrant fruit on the palate. Fine grains tannins establishing its pleasantly earthy style, sure to welcome food. Well integrated oak with firm tannins. Long, nuanced finish.
Deep purple colour
Fine grains tannins establishing its pleasantly earthy style, sure to welcome food.
The wine is beautiful ruby red with a crystal reflection, noble aroma and harmonious taste. From the Monterosso wine family, Nerone has the richest aroma with pronounced notes of berries, among which raspberries and wild blackberries predominate. Fruity notes imperceptibly spill over the licorice into the scent of dark chocolate, wrapped in velvety vanilla and noble cedar. Full-bodied, dry wine in which the freshness of the tannins and the softness of the warm fruity taste of the berries are harmoniously intertwined with an admixture of cocoa beans that turn into noble cherries in the aftertaste.
Marof is a winery dedicated to purism. In keeping with traditional vintners' heritage, this wine is fermented with no added yeast, matured in oak casks and bottled with no fining and filtration. If natural sediment occurs in the bottle, rejoice! It is a sigh of minimal intervention winemaking, loyal to nature.Deeply purple coloured, opaque. The bouquet is harmonious, but compact, with many impressions of black fruit, earth, dry spices, even an animal, fleshy note is found, smoke. Dry, firm, the texture is velvety, the tannins are supple. Elevated acidity. The spiciness of Blaufränkisch is nicely indicated in the mouth. A wine full of flavor, at the moment still a bit robust, but with beautiful potential.Vinification: Hand-picked into 10 kg cases and emptied gently into a destemmer. Selected grapes move to 50 hl oak fermenters for spontaneous fermentation with wild yeast and 30 days of maceration. Aged for 30 months on fine lees in 228l French oak barrels and 25hl oak casks. No filtration nor finning.
“Blanc de Blancs” is a nod to the origins of a winemaker at Domaine Slapšak. In his native Champagne, this denomination is used for wines that are elaborated exclusively from chardonnay.This noble variety is also a sponge of the terroir, and cuvée is the perfect example of this. All grapes come exclusively from Pesce lot, where chardonnays grow on flysch. This sedimentary rock (it consists of alternating sandstone and calcium-rich marl) is very crumbly and therefore suitable for Chardonnay’s deep roots exploration. This gives Chardonnay a unique force and style, which expresses itself gradually during the 40 months it spends on lees in cellar.
The wheat used in the creation of Grey Goose vodka is grown in Picardy, France. Distilled in the same region, north and east of Paris, the distillate is then sent to Cognac, France, where it is blended with spring water and bottled. The wheat used in Grey Goose is soft winter wheat, sown in October and harvested in August, which provides it with four additional months of growth in comparison to summer wheat. The wheat sold to Grey Goose is categorized as "superior bread-making wheat", and wheat that is soft.
This Chardonnay lits the glass with a crystal clear, golden yellow colour and dense texture. We observe slowly slipping tears along the walls of the glass.Alluring and refined aromas are reminiscent of pineapple slices, quince and yellow apple, lemon zest, honey, yellow rose petals, straw, wild mint, pan brioche, vanilla and almonds.A dry expression of Chardonnay leaving a soft and reasonably warm touch. It refreshes our palate pleasantly, leaving a mineral touch, with slight astringency resulting in a slightly spicy finish.A wine of nobility, with an adolescent spirit that shows its ageing potential. It boasts a long persistency and an intense, harmonious taste with flavours of apple, quince, lemon zest and butteriness in the finish.