Elaboration of 2012 Mastroberardino Taurasi Radici Riserva
2012 Mastroberardino Taurasi Radici Riserva (Aglianico)
- View: intense ruby red.
- Nose: a complex aroma, intense memories of snuff, cherry, wild berries and balsamic notes.
- Mouth: fascinating and elegant mouth, flavors of plum, sour cherry, strawberry jam and black pepper.
APPELLATION: Taurasi Riserva.
VINEYARD: clay soil and limestone. Southern exposure. Altitude: 500 meters above sea level.
GRAPES: 100% Aglianico.
AGING: Aged in French oak barrels and oak barrels for a period of 30 months and then 36 months in bottle.
PREPARATION: classic red vinification, long maceration on the skins at controlled temperature.
WINE PAIRING: pasta, red meats and cheeses.
RIGHT SERVING TEMPERATURE: 18-20 ° C
Cellar of exceptional importance, for some synonymous of the same Campania and its unique charm, that of the Mastroberardino family has always been able to combine the best technique and passion, great numbers and quality. A company whose registration in the business register of the province of Avellino dates back to 1878 and since then has protected and disseminated the great values of the Irpinia territory without ever yielding to the fashions of the moment and indeed continuing on the path traced by its founders. The historic site is located in Atripalda, in the heart of the most important bell denominations, but the more than 200 hectares of vineyards are distributed in leopard patch in some of the most popular areas of the region. Mastroberardino can in fact boast the excellent production of all the most important varieties of Campania, from Aglianico to Fiano and to Greek. From the falanghina to the piedirosso and to the foxtail. Vines capable of giving wines of great thickness even after many years, bottles that Mastroberardino keeps with a unique care.More about the Winery