產區/Region： Valpolicella, Veneto
品種/Grapes： 60% Corvin, 35% Rondinella, 5% Molinara
The grapes for this wine are semi-dried on trays, in well-ventilated rooms, for about 120 days. The must is macerated on the skins for seven to eight days and vinification ensues at a low temperature. Fermentation is long and slow, lasting from four to six weeks. The wine then matures in 30- hectoliter (660 gallon) Slavonian oak barrels for two years, and for a further six months in bottle before being released onto the market. COLOR: Garnet-red with brilliant ruby reflections. BOUQUET: Broad and nuanced, with scents of wild berries. FLAVOR: Majestic and velvety, with richly fruity dried grape tones.
酒精濃度/ Alcohol： 14%
適飲溫度/ Serving temperature： 16-18°
建議搭配/ Food matches：適合搭配燒烤肉類料理、焗烤或熟成起士。
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若林酒莊 CASA VINICOLA ZONIN
For those who have a centuries-old history behind them and deep family roots, producing wine is not just work: it is also a duty. The ZONIN family, vintners for seven generations since 1821 with a centuries-old history behind them and deep family roots; Being the largest producer in Italy and the third-largest winery of Europe, there are 32 vintners in ZONIN family and they own and operate 11 vineyard estates in all of Italy’s most important vine-growing regions.It is a commitment Zonin made in the mid-sixties when it was realized that there was a need to provide the best wine imaginable to the largest possible number of consumers.
Gianni Zonin was without doubt one of the first to sense this profound change in the market. At 29 years of age and after receiving his diploma from the ecological school at Conegliano as well as a law degree, he became the president of the family wine company. He assured the develop the Zonin family’s estates. This project has always been based on a powerful idea: to obtain wines of fine quality, it is necessary to possess vineyards and emphasize the value of the terroir. Zonin has built and consolidated its success on its constant dedication and on its capacity to interpret the requirements of the domestic and international markets. The reason is that this plant has always been the primary nutriment of the body and of the soul. It seals a sort of alliance between man and creation. It is for that reason that the vine, which in appearance is a feeble thing, is the keystone of rural Mediterranean society. And this is based on an imperishable value, the family. That explains why for Zonin the family is the primary benchmark. It animates the company’s operations and determines its style.
Zonin now possesses more than 3,705 acres of vineyards in the outstanding terroirs of Italy. While it is the largest producer in the Italian wine sector, it has not abandoned its family-based approach in its relations with collaborators or the market. Zonin’s prestige has always been firmly based on the family. That is because it is a stronghold of rural culture and because the estates are a big family dedicated to the production of premium wines.