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AA Puput Natural 2018 (0.37 L)

AA Puput Natural

2018 (0.37 L)
Alella (Spain)
0.37 L
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Sweet wine made with the native variety Mataró, also known as monastrell. The grapes are harvested v...

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£17.51

/ 0.37 L btl

AA Puput Natural 2018 (0.37 L)

Producer

Alcohol content i

14.5%

Bottle size and vintage

0.37 L - 2018

Review

Sweet wine made with the native variety Mataró, also known as monastrell. The grapes are harvested very ripe, but always before the pansification process begins. The fermentation begins during the first days so that it is the CO2 released itself that protects the wine must from oxidation or other deviations. The non-addition of sulphites or any other organic product allows to obtain an intense and expressive wine, whose nose highlights candied fruits and orange peel. In the mouth, the tannin-acidity-sweetness balance is irresistible.

Vineyard

  • Soil:Sandy loam
  • Climate:Mediterranean

Production

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  • Vinification material:Wood
  • Ageing period:7 months
  • Type of wood:French oak

Tasting notes

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  • Bouquet:Candied fruit / Dried figs / Plums / Fruit aromas / Orange peel
  • Mouth:Balanced / Good acidity / Rich / Sweet / Croccante

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by: Alessio (04/11/2020) - Vintage 2018

Awesome sweet from Valpolicella

Red fruits, candid fig, and sweet candies at first leave space to more complex notes like chocolate and cherry. It need to open a bit to really give justice to the wine. The sweetness is a bit overwhelming at first, but again after decanting 1 hour you can really feel the complexity of this Amarone variant and all the hard work behind it

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