Wine Culture and Information since 2002 - Volume 17
×
Home Page Events Wine Guide Wine of the Day Aquavitae Wine Places Guide Podcast Polls EnoGames EnoForum Serving Wine Alcohol Test
Follow DiWineTaste on DiWineTaste Mobile for Android DiWineTaste Mobile for iOS Become a Registered User Subscribe to the Mailing List Tell a Friend About DiWineTaste Download DiWineTaste Card
About Us Write Us Back Issues Advertising General Index
Privacy Policy
 



 Share this brandy   

Acquavite d'Uva Five Roses, Leone de Castris (Italy)

Acquavite d'Uva Five Roses

Leone de Castris (Italy)

Apulia
Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera
Fruit Brandy Fruit Brandy Score:

Apulia This distillate is colorless, limpid and crystalline. The node reveals intense, clean and pleasing aromas of raspberry, cyclamen, cherry and strawberry with almost imperceptible alcohol pungency. In the mouth has intense flavors and a perceptible alcohol pungency which tends ti dissolve rapidly, pleasing smoothness, balanced sweet hint. The finish is persistent with flavors of raspberry, strawberry and cherry. Produced with steam operated alembic stills.

Alcohol: 40% 11 °C
(51 °F)

Issue 40, April 2006


 Share this brandy   

Also available on mobile devices: https://www.DiWineTaste.com/mobile




DiWineTaste Polls
In choosing a wine, what is the most important factor?


Result   Other Polls

 Share this poll   
What kind of wine do you like having in September?


Result   Other Polls

 Share this poll   
When you buy a wine, you are mainly interested in:


Result   Other Polls

 Share this poll   



Privacy Policy

Download your free DiWineTaste Card  :  Test your Blood Alcohol Content  :  Follow DiWineTaste on Follow DiWineTaste on Twitter

Download DiWineTaste
Copyright © 2002-2019 Antonello Biancalana, DiWineTaste - All rights reserved
All rights reserved under international copyright conventions. No part of this publication and of this WEB site may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from DiWineTaste.