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RED WINE ROSSO CANOSA - 2006 (#1514)

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Livio Colapinto
Region:Tuscany City:Canosa di Puglia
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From biodynamic grapes

Controlled denomination of origin: Rosso Canosa

Production area: vineyards located in the Alta Murgia area at an altitude of 250/350 metres above sea-level, in the territory of Canosa di Puglia.

Soil: calcareous-clayey soil;

Grape varieties: Nero di Troia (65%) and Montepulciano (35%).

Cultivation system: "tendone" with about 4.100 plants per hectar. The production is about 120 ql/hectar.

Vinification: manual harvesting; the carefully selected and harvested clusters are crushed and softly pressed; the must ferments at length along with the skins at a controlled temperature; refinement takes place in stainless steel.

Colour: ruby red with subtle hints of violet.

Bouquet: full and fragrant bouquet delicately sprinkled with the perfume of forest fruit.

Taste: rounded and well structured taste; smoothly dry, with well blended strong tannin.

Alcool strenght: 12,50% vol.

Sulphur dioxide (SO2): 65-83 mg/l. (at the time of bottling)

Matching with food: it pairs with full-flavoured, rich dishes such red meat, game and aged cheeses.

Serving temperature: 18-20° C.; to be kept in a cool place.

Oenologist: Franco Pastore

Packaging: 0,75 l. bottles in cartons; 6 items per carton; carton size: mm. 310 (lenght), 240 (width), 170 (height)); 0,375 l. bottles availlable on request.

Supervised by
Consorzio per la Tutela del Vino D.O.C. Rosso Canosa

A wine and its native land: Canosa
The Apulian settlement of Canusium, near the Ofanto river and thus ideally situated to control this major waterway, was built on a hill, on the same site as the modern town. Founded by Diomedes, or so the legend goes, it became a Roman town in 318 AC and took in the survivors of the Roman army defeated in the battle of Canne. First a municipium and then a colonia during the Imperial Age, it was famous for its wool industry and pottery production.

A diocese since the 4th century, it was devastated by barbarian raids and only regained its prosperity under the Longobards. An archiepiscopal see under Byzantium, in 840-70 it was destroyed by the Saracens. A prosperous town under Norman rule (11th-12th centuries), damaged by dynastic wars during the Angevin period (14th-15th centuries), in 1502 it heroically stood by the Spaniards against the French, who only managed to occupy it after a long siege. In 1530 it was given to Charles V by Philibert of Orange. It was plagued by bandits and earthquakes for a long time.

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Reviewer:May 29, 2010 - Deligogo

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