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Why I suggest Tefà Rosso Veneto IGP 2016 Bergamo Vini
The elegance and aristocracy of the red wines of the Veneto preserve within the history of millennia of the vines of Cabernet and Merlot, this wine in particular the "Tefà" is even more grateful and goes to the memory of its co-founder, Teresa Facchin. High-yielding vine whose origin originates from Bordeaux. Cultivated with passion and vinified constantly by the oenologist Paolo Bergamo. The top of the range, obtained from small bunches in part withering, rich in hints expressed over time. Tefà wine is the taste of waiting that has no time. The sweetness and delicacy of the Veneto wines will make you an attentive connoisseur of good food .... do not miss the chance to have an escort in the cellar.
The Sommelier: The blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Franc and Merlot in a red wine in the area of Lison Pramaggiore. Poured into the glass, it is tinged with scarlet red, helping the perfume to ripen over time with aging in large casks and bottled, and taking advantage of the service temperature and the right amount of external air, gradually adapts the plot. In the mouth the liquid flows with modesty and becomes soft, deprived of the roughness of the tannin in aging in large barrels. The taste of ripe fruit is decisive and at the same time, accompanied by an excellent alcohol content. The wine shows a very long balance of persistence, and freshness.
Recommended pairings: Excellent Tefà Rosso Veneto IGP 2016 Bergamo Vini for elaborate dishes: sauces and fresh pasta, red meats and grilled radicchio trevigiano with polenta, Asiago cheese and Monte Veronese Dop. Among the desserts we mention the pandoro of Verona, the frittole and the Galani veneziani (fried chatter dusted with icing sugar) and the zalèti (biscuits of cornmeal and raisins).
Uncork Tefà Rosso Veneto IGP 2016 Bergamo Vini and serve at 18 ° C. in the Grand Ballon cup.
Winery: The great success of the company Bergamo Vini in the wine field is its heritage of native vines, such as Prosecco, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Friulano or Raboso, undisputed protagonist of the Piave DOC wine area. Territorial diversity ... Next tab.