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Karmel

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  Red Igp Calabria  

Grape Variety: Nerello Calabrese, it is thought to be of Greek origin and widespread mainly in the provinces of Cosenza and Catanzaro. Nerello Calabrese, a vine imported by the Greeks between the eighth and seventh centuries. A.C., is grown with the traditional "sapling" system. Merlot originates from Gironde, in the South-West of France, and in particular from the Bordeaux area from which some of the most prestigious wines in the world are born
Grapes: 50% Nerello Calabrese 50% Merlot
Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication
Alcohol content: 13% Harvest: from mid-September
Vinification: Classic in red with maceration on the skins for 12-15 days
Aging: in barrique for about 12 months where the malolactic fermentation also takes place
Color: garnet red with bluish hues
Taste: powerful, complex, with notes of cocoa and coffee Pairings: the best is dictated by instinct.
Evaluation: 92/100 "I grandi Esordi" 2014 by Veronelli, Winner of the Frutto Award 89/100 by Luca Maroni, 4 bunches out of 5 Ais 2013 guide, pt 87/100 Veronelli 2015, Top wine by Paolo Massobrio, pt87 / 100 I Vini di Veronelli 2017

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White Igp Calabria 

Grapes: Pecorello or Pecorino: it is assumed that it was introduced in Calabria towards the end of the 1800s, but this should not suggest a relationship with the Pecorino vine known in central Italy, being a completely different variety. Today widespread in the provinces of Catanzaro and Cosenza.

Grapes: 100% Pecorello

Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication Alcoholic content: 12.5%

Harvest: Mid September

Vinification: Soft pressing of the must and fermentation at controlled temperature in reduction

Aging: in steel vats for about 6 months on fine lees

Color: straw yellow Taste: harmonious and vibrant

Pairings: raw fish, smoked salmon, escalopes.

Evaluation: Veronelli's wines 2014 and 2015 84/100

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ToMeli

 Passito Igp Calabria 

Grapes: Greco bianco: it is assumed that it was introduced in Italy by the Hellenic colonists in the seventh century. B.C. Today widespread in the provinces of Catanzaro and Reggio Calabria.

Grapes: 100% Greco Bianco

Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication

Alcoholic content: 14.5%

Harvest: late with drying of the grapes on the vine for 1 month

Vinification: Soft pressing of the must and fermentation at a controlled temperature for 15 days

Aging: refinement in used wood from 300 liters for 6 months and in bottle for 3 months

Color: amber yellow

Taste: warm and enveloping, juicy and impressive

Pairings: dried fruit, aged cheeses, chocolate cake, also excellent at the end of a meal.

Evaluation: Winner of Luca Maroni's Fruit 86/100 Award 2013, Paolo Massobrio's Best Wines of Italy 2014 Top Hundred Award, pt86 / 100 I Vini di Veronelli 2017


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 Red Igp Calabria 

Grape Variety: Gaglioppo, is a vine that is grown mostly in Calabria, in the provinces of Catanzaro and Crotone.

Grapes: 60% Gaglioppo 40% Nerello Calabrese

Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication

Alcoholic content: 13%

Harvest: from mid-September

Vinification: Classic in red with maceration for 12 days.

Maturation: in steel vats for about 5 months

Color: garnet red

Taste: velvety and aromatic

Pairings: Salami and focaccia, sauces, to try on pizza.

Awards: 89/100 evaluation in the 2014 and 2015 Veronelli Wine Guide

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Èlite

 White Igp Calabria 

Grapes: Greco bianco: it is assumed that it was introduced in Italy by the Hellenic colonists in the seventh century. B.C. Today widespread in the provinces of Catanzaro and Reggio Calabria

Grapes: 70% Pecorello 30% Greco Bianco

Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication

Alcoholic content: 12%

Harvest: Mid September

Vinification: Soft pressing of the must and fermentation at a controlled temperature

Aging: in steel vats for about 6 months

Color: straw yellow

Taste: velvety and aromatic

Pairings: Raw fish and white meats

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 Rose Igp Calabria 

Grape Variety: The black grape Nocera is a grape with ampelographic characteristics very similar to Nerelli.

It is widespread mainly in the provinces of Cosenza and Catanzaro

Grapes: 100% Nocera

Type: Calabria Protected Geographical Indication

Alcoholic content: 12.5%

Harvest: from mid-September

Vinification: Tapping of the must after 6-8 hours of contact with the skins, fermentation at a controlled temperature

Aging: in steel vats for about 6 months

Color: pale pink Taste: velvety and aromatic Pairings: First courses with vegetables, fish soups, white and grilled meats

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 Red 

Grape Variety: Gaglioppo, is thought to be of Greek origin. It has several similarities with the Frappato.
It is widespread mainly in the provinces of Cosenza and Catanzaro

Grapes: 100% gaglioppo

Typology: red wine

Alcoholic content: 12.5%

Harvest: from mid-September

Vinification: Classic in red with maceration for 12 days.

Maturation: in steel vats for about 5 months

Color: garnet red

Taste: Fruity, velvety and aromatic

Pairings: Salami and focaccia, sauces, to try on pizza.


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Wine Meeting

 White 

Grapes: Greco bianco: it is assumed that it was introduced in Italy by the Hellenic colonists in the seventh century. B.C..
Today widespread in the provinces of Catanzaro and Reggio Calabria

Grapes: 100% Greco bianco

Typology: White wine

Alcoholic content: 11.5%

Harvest: Beginning of September

Vinification: Soft pressing of the must and fermentation at a controlled temperature

Aging: in steel vats for about 6 months

Color: straw yellow

Taste: Aromatic and harmonious Pairings: First courses based on fish, to be tried on cheeses


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