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VALPOLICELLA SUPERIORE DOC 2008 ROMANO DAL FORNO

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  • Winery: Dal Forno Romano
  • Denomination: Valpolicella Superiore DOC
  • Variety: Corvina 70% - Rondinella 20% - Croatina 5% - Oseleta 5%
  • Region: Veneto
  • Year: 2008
  • Gradation: 14,0%
  • Bottle: 75 cl
  • In Vineyard: Manure as a natural fertilizer, use only copper and sulfur as a pesticide
  • Yeast: Indigeni
  • Aging: Barrique
  • Match with: Carni
  • Nation: Italy

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00643 - 20C8-9- 16E SC

Romano dal Forno Valpolicella Classico 2008 has grown up on alluvial area , consisting of 70% gravel , 15 % silt , and the remaining 15 % of clay . It ' a great wine , austere , deep , male ; the proposed intensity of ripe fruit , cocoa , spices and sweet herbaceous is surprising. The mouth has heat and force , the extract is of great quality , the structure is accompanied by an alcohol enveloping and caressing . there's a long way in front of this wine.....

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  • Product Name:VALPOLICELLA SUPERIORE DOC 2008 ROMANO DAL FORNO
  • Product Reference: 00643 - 20C8-9- 16E SC
  • By Dal Forno Romano
  • Price: 68,00
  • Product Width: 0.00 cm
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  • Product Weight: 1.50 kg
  • Description: Romano dal Forno Valpolicella Classico 2008 has grown up on alluvial area , consisting of 70% gravel , 15 % silt , and the remaining 15 % of clay . It ' a great wine , austere , deep , male ; the proposed intensity of ripe fruit , cocoa , spices and sweet herbaceous is surprising. The mouth has heat and force , the extract is of great quality , the structure is accompanied by an alcohol enveloping and caressing . there's a long way in front of this wine.....
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