Adoria Riesling 2015 (Poland)

Polish viticulture was born in the Middle Age, particularly in the west of the country thanks to the Benedictines and Cistercians monks. Vines were planted in the center of the country but with Czech origin, a country whose wine liked chose Polish royalty as well as Hungary wine. With the advent of communism in Poland, wine production decreased so that today it is rare the wine consumption compared to beer or vodka.

The white grape is the best adapted to the climate of Poland, as continental as Germany and nucleus of the little wine tradition that left in the west country. These white varieties are represented by the Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Sylvaner, Chardonnay or Pinot Gris. Currently Poland wants to be important in the world of wine thanks to the vintners exodus, laws promoting wine, wine tourism programs and regulations of general application.

Very pale colour, almost gray. Many tears to oxygenate. Nose of medium intensity, first the pear, after, minerals notes, citrus, lime, meadow and finally the tropical fruit. Mouth delicate, elegant, with good freshness and development with more presence to the white stone fruit and mineral notes of the Polish terroir. End with a pleasant feeling of warmth (13'5% vol.) where returning memories of herbaceous, meadow, lemon, etc ..

A wine semi sweet to Mike Whitney taste, a Californian who began with 3 hectares of vineyards in Adoria (Lower Silesia province). Apart from this initiative, this man traveled many countries and almost set Croatia instead of Poland. But it is in Poland where he has decided to cultivate warranty cépages as Chardonnay, Riesling or Pinot Noir.

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