Domeniile Tohani Pinot Noir demidulce 2016 (Romania): the Great Hill reds ideal for beginners

Romania produces wine for over 4ooo years and it was the Romans who extended viticulture in this part of his empire. Here, the climatic conditions are characterized by Carpați Mountains from north to east, the Dunărea River in the south and the Black Sea in the east with a huge temperature variation from summer to winter. Temperature variation that forces the vines to root around Carpați Mountains forming a circle, also in the Transilvaniei plateau and in the regions near the Black Sea.

Visually a pretty cloudy cherry color with ruby reflections. Surprise that turbidity confessing an absence of filtering. A very intense and complex nose: blue flower, cherry, spices, Wallachia bush forests full of blackberries ... Entrance of slight sweetness in the mouth. Subtle development but with a good spicy touch putting volume. Good balance between freshness and roundness. Very silky and friendly texture, the best of this wine. Final where smoky and cherry jam echoes come back very originally, with a 12.5% vol. warm quite discreet.

An off-dry red wine with the DOC Dealu Mare label. Dealu Mare means Great Hill, a great hill vineyard located in Wallachia historical region (center-south Romania), south of the Carpathians Mountains and 270 km from the Black Sea has the conditions to get good wines based on early ripening varieties. This good wine has a very Romanian value: 4'20 € / $ 4'7 / 20 romanian Leus. Like match you can choose the romanian desserts like Papanasi, a delicious Branzoaicas or a good Friganele !!

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