Casa Vinicola Botter, Doppio Passo Brindisi Riserva, D.D.O.C., 2014, Apulia
|Article:||2014 Doppio Passo Brindisi Riserva D.D.O.C. Casa Vinicola Botter|
|Producer:||Casa Vinicola Botter|
|Grape variety:||80% Negroamaro, 20% Malvasia Nera|
|Description:||Intense ruby red colour; soft and intensive bouquet of red fruits with a very prominent plum note, fine coconut and vanilla flavours join it. At the palate round and richly on fine tannins. Long lasting and harmonious finish.|
|Drinking temperature:||16 -18 °C|
|Drink recommendation:||Wonderful to lamb, to regional easily sweetish hot dishes from Apulia as well as to firm cheese. Also with apricots or raisins as a Middle Eastern element since the wine has little bitter tannins.|
Only the very best Primitivo - grapes are used for this splendid Riserva produced in South Italy according to the centuries-old method of the double fermentation on the skins (Italian: ripassare). The maturation was carried out into steel tanks for 12 months. Followed by 12-month storage in big oak barrels.
The wine-growing estate Casa Vinicola Botter was founded 1928 of Carlo Botter in Fossalta di Piave, 30 km north-eastern of Venice. With the getting in of the second generation, the sons of the founder Arnaldo, Enzo and Giovanni 1958, the wines were sold filled up in bottles. Today Botter is conducted by different family tribes in third generation. The export ratio amounts to about 90% of the production in over 40 countries.
|Country of origin:||Italy|
|Company:||Casa Vinicola Botter Carlo & C.S.p.A.|
|Address:||Via Cadorna 17, Fossalta di Piave, 30020 - Italy|