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Podere ai Valloni

Red wine 2010 Boca DOC Vigna Cristiana, Piedmont, Italy

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12.5%
Price: Up to 50.00 €
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: Large wood
Registration number : #PaV-L170515

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: Very good (87 WP)
Last reviewed: 6 April, 2018
Editor note: Fairly mature tart nose, hint of undergrwoth, red berries, some mushrooms and dried flowers. Fairly juicy fruit on the palate, vegetal and floral notes, some old oak, light spicy and salty traces, good persistence, fine sandy tannins, slightly astringent, mineral notes in the background, hint of mushrooms, slightly spicy on a good to very good fairly juicy finish.
Best to drink: To 2019+
wein.plus rating: 87 WP
Last reviewed: 28 September, 2016
Editor note: Translate to English Fester, etwas fleischig-animalischer, auch erdiger, altholziger und ein wenig getrocknet-vegetabiler Duft mit Noten von schwarzen und roten Beeren und Suppenkräutern. Fest gewirkte, herbe Frucht, erdige, getrocknet-vegetabile, tabakige und ein wenig rauchige Aromen, angedeutet Speck, gute Nachhaltigkeit, relativ straffes, leicht antrocknendes Tannin, salzig im Hintergrund, lebendige Säure, wieder Suppenkräuter, guter bis sehr guter, herber Abgang mit Griff und gewissem Zug.
DOC area for red wine in the Italian region of Piedmont. The zone includes in its entirety the eponymous municipality of Boca, as well as parts of Cavallirio, Grignasco, Maggiora and Prato Sesia on the left bank of the Sesia River in the province of Novara. If the grapes come from classified vineyards, Vigna can be indicated followed by the name of the vineyard. The wine is blended from Spanna = Nebbiolo (70-90%), Vespolina and/or Bonarda Novarese = Uva Rara (10-30%) There is also a Riserva with a higher alcohol content.

The red grape variety comes from Italy. The 100 or so synonyms testify above all to the great age and widespread use of the vine. The most important of these are numerous names with Nebbiolo and supplementary names such as Nebbiolo del Piemonte, as well as Chiavennasca, Lampia, Marchesano, Michet, Picotender, Picotendre, Picotendro, Picotèner, Picotenero, Picoutendro, Picoutendro Maschio, Picoutener, Picutener, Poctener, Pugnet, Prunent, Spana, Spana Commune, Spanna, Spanna Grossa and Vercelli. It must not be confused with the Chatus (Nebbiolo di Dronero, Nebbiolo Pairolè), Croatina (Nebbiolo di Gattinara), Dolcetto...

The red grape variety comes from Italy. The name derives from the wasps (ital. vespa), which are attracted by the sugar-rich berries. Synonyms are Balsamina, Canneta, Guzetta, Guzzetta, Inzaga, Inzagre, Massana, Nespolina, Nespolino, Nespoulìn, Novalina, Solenga, Ughetta, Ughetta di Caneto, Ughetta di Canetto, Ughetta di Fassolo, Ughetta di Solenga, Uva Cinerina, Uva di Canneto, Uvetta di Canneto, Uvetta di Fassolo, Vespolino and Vispavola It must not be confused with the variety Vespaiola because of the similarity of its name.

Vespolina - Weintraube und Blatt

According to DNA analyses carried out in 2004, it is a direct descendant of the variety Nebbiolo, the...

Confusing part of names or synonyms of (most likely) independent grape varieties; most of them in northern Italy. With a few exceptions they are red wine varieties. Individual kinship relations cannot be excluded, but are not known:

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