What does this wine taste like?
|Purplish red / Carico / Violet glints|
|Ripe fruit / Confettura di ciliegia / Blackberries / Redcurrants / Spezie scure|
|Full-bodied / Morbido / Velvety / Harmonious / Fruit-forward / Agile / Sapido / Persistent|
Drinking and storing
Formaggio a media stagionatura / Pasta all'amatriciana / Wild mushroom risotto / Carbonara pasta / Roast meats / Arrosto di vitello
Excellent wine to have with some rich tomato pasta
I bought this wine as I am visiting the Bertani winery in April. I wanted to see if I liked the wine before I went. It turns out that I really like the wine. I had it with a rich, slow cooked duck leg pasta, and it was a perfect match.
Very good, fruity rich wine.
Like all the Bertani wines I have tasted this wine continues to excel. While it is not as full of flavour as some of the more expensive Bertani wines it is still a great wine. We intend having it as our main wine on Christmas day.
Certainly a rich and complex Ripasso
Takes its time to unfold. Needs sufficient breathing in our climate in Northern England! Almonds and soft fruits and nice mouthfeel.
More like 3,5
Typical ripasso. Good, but not outstanding. Lacks a little more depth. Would rather choose another ripasso even for this money.
Gran relación calidad precio, como la mayoría de los Ripasso. Naríz de frutas rojas y flores secas que lo hacen muy elegante, sin madera. La boca tiene un volumen medio pero de formas muy redondas y suaves. Un vino muy grato
After having been a pupil of Dr. Guyot in Burgundy, in 1857 Gaetano Bertani returned to Venice to put into practice the most modern systems of vine cultivation. As a result of this, the Bertani name has passed into both Italian and European wine history as the winery that brought to the Valpolicella the fundamental technique for producing wines in the classic style and impeccably balanced. Held in high regard since the 19th Century and served at the most exclusive tables of...