Drink 2014 Pala I Fiori Cannonau di Sardegna

20160904:
This wine had a full-bodied smell. There was a sour taste, but the wine was smooth. As I sipped more and more, the wine seemed to become more sour. 6:41PM PT


It had a fruity taste. 7:48PM PT

[20160923 Quick Edit]

2014 Pala I Fiori Cannonau di Sardegna

Relevant Links:
Cannonau i Fiori (Pala Website)

Website Information:
I FIORI | CANNONAU DI SARDEGNA
Denominazione Di Origine Controllata

Grapes: - Cannonau 100%.
Vineyards and training method: Vineyards "Is Crabilis" (Ussana) and "Acquasassa" (Serdiana), low espalier, traditional alberello.
Age of the vineyard: 35 years.
Yield: 80 quintals/hectare.
Soil Type: Clayey, calcareous of medium hill rich in texture 150/180 m above sea level
Vinification, Maturation, Ageing: The grapes, after a soft pressing are left to macerate with the addition of selected yeasts for 6/7 days. After the maceration, the fermentation continues at controlled temperature. At the end of the fermentation, the refinement continues in cement and stainless steel tanks for about 6 months, afterwards it is bottled and refined for 2/3 months in the bottle, before being put on the market.
Tasting: Intense ruby red colour with violet hints, very clear. Very intense, fresh and immediate aroma with notes of ripe red fruits and vegetables. Dry and smooth to the palate, good structure and nose-palate persistence.
Matching and service: cold meat starters, main courses with savoury seasonings, white and lean red meat, medium seasoned cheeses. Serve at 16/18° C, uncorking at least 30 minutes before pouring

TALES FROM THE WINERY
Cannonau is the main red grape of Sardinia, the DOC Cannonau is one of the most well-known.
It's a flower that grows here in the vineyards...that's why we called I Fiori (the flowers) in range with the other classical traditional wine varietals of Sardinia.

The Flower on the label is the Acquilegia Nuragus, one of the two hundred endemic species of Sardinia, a symbol of its diversity. It grows in the Gorroppu Canyon (Gennargentu National Park) and there are only ten plants left and protected. His original color is the one used in the Nuragus label.

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