Wine list at Terrazza Roma
he time has come to present you three excellent bottles that are part of our wine selection. Many of them are products that have just come to enrich our cellar, others instead of the great classics that you surely already know and have tried before. But curiosity always creates expectation and we are sure that you will love being able to discover or appreciate it again, perhaps even in a refined environment such as the Terrazza Roma restaurant. In this case, today we will present 3 excellent bottles from renowned wineries. The first wine we will show you being:
Prosecco Superiore Dry Millesimato by “Tenuta 2 Castelli”.
A company enclosed between the Castles of San Salvatore and Collalto di Susegana on the wonderful Prosecco hills that loves to carefully select their vines in search of lost flavors. Produced exclusively from Glera grapes of the same vintage harvested in the vineyard owned on a mainly clay soil with the presence of marl and limestone, exposed to East-West and North-South.
After the harvest of the grapes and the subsequent pressing, we proceed with the vinification in white with partial maceration of the grapes. A small percentage of the must is cooled and used for sparkling wine.
The sparkling process, according to the Charmat method, takes place with a slow fermentation to ensure greater aromas and finer perlage.
The malic acidity and the freshness conferred by the vineyard that grows in altitude give life to a Prosecco with expertly balanced gustatory notes to obtain a full, soft wine, of great harmony and finesse.
Wine with a fine perlage, straw yellow color with greenish reflections.
Very delicate and fruity aroma with hints of apple.
Soft, velvety taste with well balanced sweetness.
Excellent between meals and on desserts such as dry pastry and strawberry mousse
TYPE: Dry Millesimato Spumante
NAME: Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
VINE: 100% Glera from a single vintage
TOTAL ACIDITY: 6.0 – 6.5 g / l
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 11% Vol
RESIDUAL SUGAR: 23-25 g / l
ZONE OF ORIGIN: Refrontolo
ALTITUDE: 250 m above sea level
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 8-10 ° C
Garganega Pieve Vecchia 100% IGT ’16
In our list, Garganega Pieve Vecchia 100% IGT ’16, a very good bottle produced by the Fasoli Gino company, cannot be missing of course. In this case it is a wine of great character that reflects the characteristics of the vintages, while maintaining a recognizable personality. Expression of the surprising versatility of the typical garganega grape, it maintains the right balance in the use of wood and shows a remarkable capacity for maturation over the years
Fermentation begins in steel, to pass in tonneaux where it stays for about 12/15 months on its own yeasts. The aging in bottle for 6 months completes its maturation.
The mouth is round, tonic, full of flavor. Golden wine, enveloping, full with notes of ripe white fruit well supported by a good acidity. It closes with a hint of almond and dry pastry.
COMBINATIONS: First courses of fish, shellfish and risotto, ideal with asparagus. Light meats.
Primitivo Masserie d’Altemura
And to round off this small and summary tasting guide, we want to suggest the iconic wine of Masseria Altemura. His name speaks of that search for proportion, which is typical of the Apulian art, between horizontal lines and vertical lines, between the volume of the walls of the Masseria and the momentum of the Aragonese Tower. Sophisticated interpretation of the Primitivo del Salento, Altemura comes from a 5 hectare vineyard, immersed in the estate and characterized by a soil rich in white limestone rocks. Complexity and finesse are the characteristic traits of this great cru, which captures the Primitivo in its purest forms, sculpted by a clear light, and composes them in a body of rare balance, capable of evolving over time.
Primitivo del Salento DOC
Color: intense ruby red with orange reflections.
Aroma: opens on intense aromas of plum, small black fruits such as blueberry, followed by balsamic notes, light herbaceous hints and a hint of white pepper.
Taste: soft and balanced on the palate, with lively and well-integrated tannins. Of excellent persistence, it closes with light notes of cocoa.
Combinations: Primitivo goes well with elaborate red meat dishes such as horse stew, roast beef, salmì boar or a more common mixed grill. Also interesting is the combination with very mature hard cheeses, such as Pecorino Romano,
Ladies and gentlemen,please raise your glasses!!