Visciola - flavored drink made with wine and sour cherries
Our best Pergola Doc Rosso It is joined to a particular variety of wild cherries typical native, visciole calls, that arise spontaneously in the Montefeltro countryside. In July, when the cherries are ripe, They are harvested by hand and add to the wine with the addition of sugar, everything is fermented for a few months, at a controlled temperature.TASTING NOTES
In deep ruby red views, consistent. The nose intense aroma of sour cherry. In sweet mouth, soft, hot, little tannin, fresco, balanced. In intense and persistent mouth with sour feeling well perceptible, soft and fresh.
The Sommelier recommends (by Raffaele Papi)
As meditation wine, of sweet preparations with red fruit.
Desserts: Cherry Tart
Our advice: Try it with dark chocolate!