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Livio Colapinto
Region:Puglia City:Canosa di Puglia
Price:12 (EUR) Minimum:12
Organic:Yes Certified:Yes
Free Range:No Additives:No

Domestic:N/A International:N/A
In Stock:Yes Delivery Time:2 weeks
Size:N/A Weight:N/A kgs


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A wine and its native land: Jalal
Jalal ad-Din Rumi (1207-1273), was a poet and a Sufi mystic philosopher, founder of the Sufi confraternity of the Dancing Dervishes. He wrote the Mathnawi ( Spiritual Song), a literary gem in the Persian language said to have been conceived in the vineyards of Konya (in Turkey). Its 26,000 verses of moral and didactic content reveal a wondrous combination of love of humanity and the concept of tolerance. When he died it was said of him: “He is like bread: who can think of going away from him?”

Not more than ten years ago, the Mathnawi met with a certain success in the Western world and - thanks to celebrities like Demi Moore, Goldie Hawn and Madonna – became a bestseller in the United States.

Nowadays, as we walk through our vineyards and brush against the bunches of grapes we cannot but remember one of Jalal ad-Din Rumi's most famous verses: “Grapes want to turn to wine”.

From biodynamic grapes
Geographical indication of origin: Puglia

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

Soil: calcareous with marine tufa sediments

Grape varieties: Moscato bianco (100%).

Cultivation system: "cordone speronato" with about 4.100 plants per hectar. The production is about 90 ql/hectar.

Vinification: the carefully selected and harvested clusters are crushed and softly pressed; the must ferments briefly along with the skins at a controlled temperature; vinification is based on indigenous yeasts.

Colour: deep straw-yellow

Bouquet: aromatic, floral, with a slight scent of white pulp fruit

Taste: well-balanced with a noticeable alcoholic note

Alcohol strength: 13.50% vol.

Sulphur dioxide (SO2): 17-35 mg./l. (at the time of bottling)

Matching with food: a typical dessert wine, particularly suited to baked cakes or almond pastries; do be tries as an aperitif, with see foods and crustaceans.

Serving temperature: 10-12° C.; to be kept in a cool place.

Oenologist: Francesco de Lillo

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

Limited availability.

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Reviewer:May 29, 2010 - Deligogo

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