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Morbino - Michele Laluce - vino bianco IGP Basilicata - Malvasia bianca + Moscato
Da uve bianche malvasia e moscato provenienti da vigneti allevati su terreni di origine vulcanica alle pendici del monte vulture, nelle terre dell’agro venosino-ginestrino.
NOTE DI DEGUSTAZIONE
Giallo paglierino carico, al naso si distingue per una trama di grande intensità e complessità. Note balsamiche introducono sentori di agrumi, di macchia mediterranea, di gesso prima di un finale leggermente floreale di fiori di ginestra. In bocca è secco, fresco e caratterizzato da una bella spalla acida. Si tratta di un assaggio di un certo calore, ma certamente ben bilanciato, di grande armonia e di ottima persistenza.
Pesce e formaggi a pasta molle o eventualmente ad antipasti vegetariani, come una strapazzata alle verdure.
Ginestra, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy.
The Winery Michele Laluce is located in Ginestra in the Basilicata region, southern Italy, between Barile and Venosa in the province of Potenza on the border with Campania and Puglia; the area is that of the Vulture, an extinct volcano at the foot bow down about 7 hectares of vineyards which mainly produces Aglianico del Vulture DOC.
Michele Laluce took up the vineyards of his father and continued his passion by creating in 2001 a real Wine Company, with his big hands and carefully monitors every single screw up to make the grapes into wine and take care about his aging. Michele started the business with the help of his wife Maria, which follows all the aesthetic part of the company, and the daughter Maddalena (Winemaker) which puts into practice the passion that has been passed down from his grandfather and father, both in the field and in cellar.
The company focuses primarily on quality by following the principles of organic farming without being certified. It is always available to accommodate tourists, fans and all who love the wine and the wine world, telling the Aglianico del Vulture DOP in combination with local products.
Those who visit the Company as well as to be enchanted beauty of the landscape and people, they are surprised by the quality of a wine that perfectly reflects its territory.
... In short terms, those who discover a glass of Aglianico del Vulture can only say: "I saw Laluce in the Basilicata region"!