Frescobaldi Remole 201975cl
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Description of Frescobaldi Remole 2019
Frescobaldi Remole 2019 (Merlot and Sangiovese)
- View: 2019 Remole Rosso has a beautiful and bright purple red.
- Nose: Frescobaldi. Remole is an intense, soft and fruity wine that will captivate and delight you with its aromas. Juicy and fruity aromas, one of the main characteristics of the wine, mix well and alternate with floral notes and hints of spices, including cloves.
- Mouth: With his persistence, elegance and remarkably smooth texture, palatability is one of its distinguishing features.
APPELLATION: Tuscany (Italy).
VINEYARD: Marchesi Frescobaldi.
GRAPES: Merlot, Sangiovese.
AGEING: 4 months in stainless steel and 2 months in bottles.
PREPARATION: Maceration on skins for 15 days. Malolactic performed immediately after alcoholic fermentation. Because of the colder and rainy conditions in May, compared with the previous year, the vines were slower to germinate, although germination started according to the natural life cycle of plants. June, on the other hand was warm, with temperatures above average. The summer saw a significant stormy weather. Veraison started a little later than usual. When the time came to harvest the grapes, they were in a perfectly healthy state. However, the harvest was delayed fifteen days compared to the previous year.
WINE PAIRING: perfect with cured meats A delicious wine and slightly spicy pasta dishes with full flavor.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 14-16 ° C
A Florentine family with thirty generations dedicated to the production of great Tuscan wines, 5,000 hectares of estate properties, over 1,000 hectares of estate vineyards, nine estates in Tuscany, and a quality distribution network in over 65 countries worldwide.More about the Winery
Reviews of Frescobaldi Remole 2019
This red is a great gift.
It still needs to evolve.
Red colour and violet edges. The 2016 smells like violets. The barrel leaves good flavours.
I had it with duck confit and I think that they pair quite well.