Terre Precieuse Feteasca Neagra

£14.40

A lovely ruby red colour. The aroma is discreet, with notes of plum, blackberry, red fruits and cinnamon. Burgundy style ageing in new oak barrels brings finesse and roundness.

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Terre Precieuse Feteasca Neagra

Terre Precieuse Feteasca Neagra is an elegant but solid wine with a lovely ruby red colour. The aroma is discreet with characteristic notes of plum, blackberry, red fruits and cinnamon. The Burgundy style ageing in new oak barrels brings a finesse and roundness to the wine. On the finish, small red berries notes are present. Terre Precieuse Feteasca Neagra has great ageing potential.

To produce this high-end wine, the grower has selected the wines made with grapes from their best parcels of vines. Located on terraces, the yields are very low (below 30 litres per hectare). The vines are grown organically, meaning that no insecticide, herbicide, pesticide or any chemical fertilizers are used. This method of cultivation is certified by Eco cert and approved by the EC according to the European regulations.

The Dealu Mare (which in Romanian means “great hill slope”) is the most famous and renowned vine growing area in Romania. There are 60 kilometers of hillsides which start from the south-east of the Carpathian Mountains. These hillsides benefit from the early morning sun and a good sunlight all day long. The soil, on which the vineyards are planted, is made of limestone and clay.

Feteasca neagra is grape variety that is native to Romania. It represents a small percent of red grapes that are grown in Romania although it is one of the very best Romanian red grape varieties and is renowned for its great ageing potential.

Feteasca Neagra “Terre Précieuse” Dealu Mare DOC, Romania

Matches: salami, grilled meats or meats and game with sauce.

Serve at 14-15 ° C.

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