In the glass, the wine is deep ruby with purple hues. On the nose, the wine is delicate with notes of cherry, vanilla, raw beef and herbs. On the palate, it is dry, structured and elegant with flavors of plum, ripe cherries, wild berries and a hint of spice, followed by a lengthy and smooth finish that begs for food.
In the glass, the wine shows colors of red garnet accompanied by a bouquet of cherries, menthol and a hint of rosemary. On the palate, the wine is round and rich without being overpowering. It is spicy on the mid-palate and lively on the back-end, with flavors of black current, licorice and coffee, followed by a long-lasting finish that is slightly minty and boasts a juicy mouth-watering sensation.
n the glass, the wine is straw yellow with pale green hues. The bouquet is fresh with zesty aromas of freshly cut grass, grapefruit and hints of salt air. On the palate, the wine has a creamy and round mouthfeel with bright acidity accompanied by hints of limestone and a slight earthiness. The finish is lengthy, dry and refreshing.
At Aia Vecchia, we succeed in obtaining the best results through hard work and our will to express the natural characteristics of the Bolgheri region. Our production is limited in order to ensure the best quality goes into each bottle. Attention to detail is seen in everything we do, from the farming, to the hand picking of the grapes, up to the individual vinification, fermentation and aging. All of this, coupled with our respect for the land, help us to create high quality wines that we are proud to present.
Is very unique and distinct with hills that overlook the Tuscan coast, making it a real jewel in this territory. In fact, these hills are the only connection between the composition of a rich, fertile soil and Mediterranean climate. The region’s extraordinary microclimate provides soils that are strong but unique, thanks to the heat, the sunlight and the reflection of the sea. Bolgheri’s world-famous wines are an expression of this territory. The Mediterranean maquis, combined with the forest cover and protect the vineyards with most sunlight coming directly from the reflection from the Mediterranean Sea.
Katie Kelly Bell, wine writer for Forbes.com, recommended the 2007 Sor Ugo in today’s feature about Cabernet Sauvignon. The article highlights Cabernet-based wines from around the world in honor of #CabernetDay tomorrow.
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