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Kellerei Nals-Margreid

Red wine 2004 Alto Adige DOC Riserva ANTICUS Baron Salvadori, Alto Adige, Italy

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 13.5%
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: small oak barrel
Registration number : #NME-L06/220

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: Very good (85 WP)
Last reviewed: 5 January, 2009
Editor note: Black berries, preserved cherries and red berries on the nose, lactic and herbaceous traces, light smoky notes, sweetish spicy oak. Smoky again on the palate with spicy oak, more herbaceous and lactic notes, preserved ripe fruit, hint of chocolate, fine tannins, quite full-bodied and creamy, hint of rum punch in the background, fairly persistent, still youthful, more jammy fruit and some lactic as well as chocolatey notes on a good finish.
wein.plus rating: 86 WP
Last reviewed: 18 August, 2008
Editor note: Preserved red fruit and a hint of rum punch on the nose, overripe fruit, delicate herbaceous notes, hint of bread and roasted notes. Prominent but fairly well integrated oak on the palate, coffee, roasted notes, some vegetal notes and a hint of bell peppers, light-bodied, but quite persistent cassis and cranberry fruit, some more fruit marinated in rum, very light malted notes and some dark chocolate, light herbaceous notes, integrated tannins, already shows signs of maturation, but also still slightly closed, delicate bitter notes and slightly noticeable alcohol on a long finish. Difficult to predict this wine's development potential.

DOC area (also South Tyrol, ital. Alto Adige or dell'Alto Adige) for red wines, rosé wines and white wines in the Italian wine growing area South Tyrol. There are six sub-zones, which are regarded as separate DOC areas and under this name do not cover the entire product range, but only certain types of wine. These are Bozner Leiten (Italian: Colli di Bolzano), Valle Isarco, Merano hills (Meranese di Collina), St. Magdalene (Santa Maddalena), Terlano (Terlano) and Vinschgau (Valle Venosta). If the grapes come from classified vineyards, Vigna followed by the name of...

The red grape variety comes from France. The name is probably derived from the French word for blackbird (merle), because these birds like to eat the berries, which are very sweet when fully ripe. However, the name can also be an allusion to the black-blue colouring of the berries similar to that of the bird. There are more than 60 synonyms, which testify the worldwide distribution. The most important are Alicante Noir, Bigney, Black Alicante, Blue Merlot, Bordò, Crabutet, Crabutet Noir, Hebigney, Médoc Noir, Merlau, Merlot Black, Merlot Blue, Merlot Crni, Merlot Nero, Merlot Noir, Merlott, Merlou, Picard, Pikard, Plant Médoc,...

The red grape variety comes from France. There are about 60 synonyms; some alphabetically grouped by country are Kaberne Sovinjon, Kaberne Sovinyon, Lafit, Lafite(Bulgaria, Moldavia, Russia) Bidure, Bouchet, Bouchet Sauvignon, Breton, Cabernet Petit, Carbonet, Carbouet, Carmenet, Epicier Noir, Marchoupet, Navarre, Petit Bouchet, Petit Bouschet, Petit Cabernet, Petit Cavernet Sauvignon, Petite Vidure, Sauvignon, Sauvignonne, Vidure, Vidure Sauvignonne(France); Bordo(Romania); Bordeaux(Switzerland); Burdeos Tinto(Peru, Spain); Cab(USA).

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