Abruzzo Malvasia "ISKRA" DOC Masciarelli
|Grapes||100% Malvasia Istriana|
|Winery headquarter||Masciarelli - San Martino sulla Marrucina (CH) - Contrada Gamberale, 2|
|Bottle size||Standard bottle|
|Combination||Sushi-sashimi, Crustaceans, Warm fish appetizers, Tartare-fish carpaccio, Oysters, Baked sea bream, Trofie in basil sauce, Crespelle with ricotta cheese and spinaches|
|Style||Medium-bodied and fragrant|
From the vinification of grapes of Malvasia Istriana. The origin is that of Abruzzo, Loreto Aprutino (350m above sea level). Wine of memory par excellence for Marina Cvetic, linked to her childhood in Croatia, is the result of a variety of Malvasia Istriana not native but well acclimatized to Abruzzo, where the rows were planted in 2010, in the estate of Loreto Aprutino. For the vinification we proceed with the manual selection of bunches, cryomacerazione in the press and vinification in French oak truncated vat, with aging on the lees for 18 months, following aging in the bottle Optimal service temperature: 10-12
Characteristics of this white wine
The appearance of the wine has a bright straw-yellow color with youthful greenish reflections. The intense nose aroma characterized by scents of spring flowers, citrus and sensations of hydrocarbons. The taste in the mouth is full-bodied, vibrant in the tension fresh and savory, pleasant and fruity on the finish.
Suggested pairings with this white wine from Abruzzo
A versatile white wine, it goes well with shellfish preparations and sushi. The optimal serving temperature is 8 ºC.