£18.30/ 1 L btl
Calcarius Falanghina Nù Litr Orange (1 L)
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Spontaneous fermentation with maceration on the skins for 7 days in open vats with manual hat breakage. Unfiltered and clarified wine with winter racking in steel containers. At sight it is orange in color; floral notes and aromatic herbs intertwine with hints of oriental spices, composing an elegant and refined aromatic bouquet reminiscent of spring freshness. The taste is fresh and sapid characterized by citrus flavors of mandarin and orange.The Orange Wines; are wines produced from white grapes but vinified as if they were reds, that is, leaving the must to macerate for very long times together with the skins and yeasts, which are deposited on the bottom and slowly transfer substances of different nature to the wine.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 8ºC and 10ºC
very refreshing and tasty. lovely to have accompanying some cheeses and breads and spreads. You can drink it on its own or accompanied by food. Really recommend.by: Vincent DARBOUR (16/07/2020)
Easy and fresh
Easy ad fresh wine, orange on the nose, to be drunk on a sunny but not too much porch.by: Charlotte Young (01/07/2020)
Perfect summer drink
If you're new to biodynamic and natural wines, this is the perfect orange wine to start with. I wish I had it on tap!by: Louis Carter (31/12/2019)
Really happy with this wine, nice and light - exactly what I was looking for ! ! ! ! !by: nikolaj (30/12/2020)
Une bouteille parfaite pour l'apéritif avec ses douces notes d'agrumes. Festif et jovial
Calcarius, or "limestone wines". Exactly, because the soil of Gargano, the northern corner of Puglia, is deeply calcareous, where the winemaker Valentina Passalacqua, from Puglia, and Danilo Marcucci started the project that bears this name. The municipality is Apricena, recognised as the most suitable in a region, Gargano, with wine potential that is not yet fully expressed. With 45 hectares of vineyards exposed mainly to the south-west and well ventilated, Calcarius is not ...