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How Good is CostaRipa Mattia Vezzola Rosé?


Glowing Wine Evaluation of CostaRipa Mattia Vezzola Brut Rosé s.a. Metodo Classico Brut Spumante, Moniga del Garda, Lombardy, Italy

Rating: 91+/100 Factors

CostaRipa Mattia Vezzola Brut Rosé Cuvée is produced from 80% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Nero grapes (Pinot Noir) grown on a number of the coolest vineyards round Lake Garda in Northern Italy’s Lombardy area.

After the harvest by hand, every winery was fermented individually in small stainless-steel tank to permit an ideal and exact management of the method. 35% of the mix was fermented and aged in 228-liter oak barrels for a complete of about eight months.

The effervescence was then produced utilizing the Méthode Traditionnelle (or metodo classico) with refermentation in bottle like in Champagne.

Total Evaluation & Tasting Impressions

An excellent glowing rosé wine.

Excellent it’s by the sheer focus and considerably the extravagance of its fruity character, but clearly masterfully refined by its ageing on lees that has smoothened its texture and balanced its vivacity including well-controlled leesy and buttery parts.

Being so concentrated, many layered major notes come by satisfyingly: floral characters, pomegranate, grass, and complicated layers of spices.

Full Tasting Notes

This Italian glowing Rosé is available in a gently pale salmon pink shade, with hints of orange and gold hue making it look interesting and glamorous.

The nostril is pungently fruity and stuffed with floral aromas.

A great deal of pungent citrus aromas, freshly-squeezed lemon and grapefruit include nostril of rose petal and elderflower. The first fruit character is coated by delicate whipped cream tones and spiced up by a contact of peppermint and recent grassy hay.

Put the bubbly in your mouth, and also you’re stroke by its opulent creamy and easy texture.

It’s so delicate and silky, feeling like a cloud caressing your style buds. The wonderful bubbles and crisp acidity remind you’re tasting a wine, a wonderful bubbly in truth. The acidity underlines the dryness of the wine, amplifying the already-pungent lime flavors. Lemon and grapefruit are the dominant savors.

On the Palate, it’s fireworks of fruit and delicate sweets spices mixed, completely balanced between an oily texture, wonderful bubbles, a contact of residual sugars and a salty mineral acidity. A pomegranate character comes by clearly from the mid-palate on.

In spite being very delicate and floral, the end is lengthy and layered, delivering one after the opposite many fruity, floral, spicy, and minty notes.

Get pleasure from 🙂

Julien Miquel

Associated CostaRipa Wine Evaluation

2016 CostaRipa RosaMara Valtènesi Rosé, Lombardy, Italy

Be taught Extra about This wine, the Costaripa and excellent matching with native Grana Padana cheese at Tasting Wine & Cheese at CostaRipa Vineyard.

CostaRipa Mattia Vezzola Brut Rosé Label Photos

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