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Evien 2009, Ressia (Italy)

Evien 2009

Ressia (Italy)

(Piedmont)
Moscato Bianco
White Wine White Wine Score:

(Piedmont) Evien shows a pale golden yellow color and nuances of straw yellow, very transparent. The nose denotes intense, clean, pleasing and refined aromas which start with hints of grape, peach and white rose followed by aromas of apple, banana, pear, lavender, citrus fruits, apricot and sage. The mouth has good correspondence to the nose, a crisp attack and however balanced by alcohol, good body, intense flavors, pleasing roundness. The finish is persistent with flavors of grape, peach and banana. A part of Evien ages in acacia casks.

Alcohol: 14.5%

Broiled crustaceans, Mushroom soups, Stuffed pasta

Suggested glass Bodied and Mature White Wines 12 °C
(53 °F)
(Bodied and Mature White Wines)

April 2010


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Una bellissima scoperta che fa sognare l'Alsazia. Presentato in anteprima all'evento DiWineTaste dedicato ai vini di Ressia, questo vino "rompe le righe" di quello che ci si potrebbe aspettare da un moscato bianco prodotto in Piemonte, ma anche in Italia.
Ci si potrebbe infatti aspettare un vino "leggerino", dolce e facile, mentre ci si trova difronte a un vino ricco, profumi stellari, di gran corpo e, soprattutto, secco. Piacevolissima sorpresa e bellissimo vino che fa pensare all'Alsazia.
Al naso si colgono i tipici aromi del moscato bianco, quindi uva e pesca fra i tanti, così come profumi più complessi che ricordano i canditi e la salvia.
La vera sorpresa è in bocca: secco con una grande struttura e bello caldo, tuttavia fresco e morbido, tutto in perfetto equilibrio. A dirla tutta, il vino fa venire continuamente voglia di assaggiarlo tanto è buono, ma non ci si faccia ingannare dalla "legerezza" che uno si aspetterebbe dal moscato bianco perché qui di alcol ce n'è eccome!
Carlo

Place of Tasting: Perugia, evento DiWineTaste




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