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Fuori Serie MMXVI rosso 2016 – Pranzegg

35,53 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(47,37  / 1000 ml)
Delivery Time: approx. 3-4 workdays
Fuori Serie MMXVI rosso 2016 - Pranzegg

35,53 

SKU: 9951061042 Regionen: , Weingut:

Update 11.05.2021

Tasting note from from 11.05.2020, Copyright Christina Hilker

Info about the wine

The wines from the "Fuori" series are always the most outstanding of the respective vintage. Wines rich in finesse in quantitatively small quantities.

Info about the situation

Volcanic origin (porphyry) with a lot of quartzite slate, loamy, sandy soil, relatively shallow.

Info about the expansion

Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel for one week, 10 months on the fine lees in concrete, bottling without filtration and fining, 26 months bottle ageing.

Color

Muted garnet red with mahogany lightening towards the rim.

Nose

Much originality and depth shows this beautiful Merlot already in the nose. Dark earth, chimney smoke, grilled meat, roasted almonds, walnuts and freshly ground black pepper make the start. Notes of black plum jam, dried figs, blackberries and sloe join in with oxygen. Noble dark bitter chocolate and a breath of truffle beguile the connoisseur.

Palate

The attack is fresh, gripping and mineral, then the demanding and at the same time ripe tannic structure joins in. Much saltiness and grip on the tongue, much juicy dark fruit, a long finish. Very good maturity and storage potential!

Food recommendations by Christina Hilker

  • Pasta with porcini mushrooms, South Tyrolean bacon and poached egg
    (Meat)
  • Duck with plum sauce and rosemary gnocchi
    (Poultry)
  • Tartlet of gorgonzola dulce, figs and dark chocolate
    (Vegetable & Vegetarian)

winery
Type

Vintage

Variety

Content

Alcohol content

12% Vol.

Residual sweetness

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Allergens

Contains sulfur

Acid

4,7 g/l

Drinking temperature

16°

Manufacturer

Pranzegg Winery, Via Kampenner 8, 39100 Bolzano / Italy

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