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Red wine 2012 Boca DOC "Vigna Cristiana", Piedmont, Italy

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content : 13%
Price: Up to 35.00 €
Organic labeling: Organic wine
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: used large wood
Registration number : #PaV-L300619

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: excellent (90 WP)
Last reviewed: 10 September, 2020
Editor note: Translate to English Etwas getrocknet-floraler und -kräuteriger, auch leicht zedriger Duft mit klaren rotbeerigen Aromen, ein wenig Tabak und angedeutet Wacholder. Recht fest gewirkte, herb-saftige Frucht mit getrocknet-pflanzlichen bis tabakigen und ein wenig holzfassigen Noten, mürbes Tannin, gewisse Frische am Gaumen, nachhaltig, zart wacholdrig, etwas Tiefe, mineralische Anklänge, wirkt noch immer jung, sehr guter, fester, herb-saftiger Abgang.
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 approximately 100 synonyms testify above all to the great age and the wide distribution 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, Marchesana, Martesana, 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 varieties Chatus (Nebbiolo di Dronero, Nebbiolo Pairolè), Croatina (Nebbiolo di...

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...

The red grape variety comes from Italy. Synonyms are Balsamea, Balsamea Nera, Balsamina, Balsamina Nera, Bonarda, Bonarda a Grandi Grappoli, Bonarda di Cavaglià, Bonarda di Gattinara, Bonarda Novarese, Foglia Lucente, Martellana, Oriana, Orianella, Oriola, Raione, Rairone and Rara. It must not be confused with the varieties Bonarda Piemontese or Croatina (Bonarda di Gattinara), even though synonyms or morphological similarities may appear to indicate this. According to the ampelographer Victor Pulliat (1827-1896), its name does not refer to a rare occurrence, but to its extremely attractive appearance....

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