Feteasca Neagra

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Feteasca Neagra

  • TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Variety: Fetească Neagră
    • Appelation: DOC-CT Dealu Mare
    • Vintage: 2013
    • Yield: 4800 kg/ha
    • Oak aging: 18 months
    • Alcohol content (vol%): 13,7
    ORIGIN: Fetească Neagră (or Black Maiden in English) is an old native variety that originates from Moldova and Muntenia and again is capable of producing some great wines of deep colour although the vine needs constant care. The later the grapes are picked the better the results and a constant trimming programme to arrest the vigour produce excellent results. Fetească Neagră is a bramble fruited red with hints of soft cherry. It can vary greatly depending on terroir and oak influence, some can be earthy while others can boast flavours of cappuccino and vanilla. WINE MAKING PROCESS: Stainless steel tank fermentation at 25-27˚C with punching down the cap. Extended maceration was utilized to deepen and broaden the wine structure. 12 months barrel aged in second time used South Romanian oak medium + toasted (a blend of Q.sesilliflora and Q. robur). The treatments before filling has been kept to minimum in order to preserve the aromas therefore during ageing small sediments can occur. TASTING: Intense red color wine, it has an unique character of dry plums, wild berries and spices bouquet, with vanilla hints coming from aging in Romanian oak barrels. Velvety texture and well balanced by the round tannins, silky on the palate; long, smooth aftertaste. It is recommended to be served at 16°C, along with lamb, pork, veal, beaf dishes, it goes well even with fried chicken.
  •  Medals: Silver Medal - Vinul.ro Excellence Awards   General Information Grapes: 100% Feteasca Neagra Dry Harvest 2013, Sarica Niculitel Vineyard, Dobrogea, Romania Appellation DOC – CMD Alcoholic Concentration (% vol) – 14.7%   Vinification The raw material for this authentic Romanian wine are Fetească Neagra grapes easiness picked from vines placed at the foot of  Macin Mountains, in cold mornings of  late autumn.   Tasting Notes The wine is defined by the red colour with purple tints, richly textured bright and vivid cherry and blueberry fruit, spice and dark chocolate.   Food Pairing Recommended with spicy dishes, stakes, sausages, grills and seasoned cheese. Serving temperature: 18-20˚C
  • Medals: Gold - Berlin Wine Trophy 2014, Silver – Mundus Vini 2014, Bronze – Intl. Wine and Spirit Competition 2014. General Information
    • Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon 10%, Pinot Noir 10%, Merlot 40%, Shiraz 20%, Feteasca Neagra 20%
    • Dry – 3,21 g/l
    • Harvest 2012
    • Dealu Mare Vineyard
    • Appellation: DOC – CMD
    • Alcoholic concentration (% vol) – 14
    • Total acidity (g/l in tartric acid) – 5,13
    Vinification The classic fermentation was used to make these wines with a minimum of 20 days fermentation on the skins. All five of the noble grape varieties we used in this blend were matured in oak barrels for no less than 12 months. Our winemaker selected only the best barrels to make Noble V. Each variety has its own unique characteristic which gives this wine it’s complexity and nobility. This blend took over five months to complete before our winemaker was satisfied with it. Tasting notes In a blend an oenologist unites the strengths and weaknesses of a variety inversely proportional to the strengths and weaknesses of another variety, but not to cover defects but to improve existing skills and especially to create a unique wine. Noble 5 is an intense ruby red wine with an rare aromatic complexity and taste. Blackcurrant, cherry and cherry jam flavors are going hand in hand with woody notes from oak barrel. The taste is spectacular, when you think you understand a new flavor appears. Feel of the papillae immediately tells you it's a slippery wine: fullness, vivacity, corpulent but soft tannins. Food pairing Dishes based on duck, beef and lamb accompanied by fruit sauces. Serving temperature: 18 - 20˚C.
  • Medals 2012 harvest: Silver – Mondial de Bruxelles 2014, Intl. Wine Contest Bucharest 2014, Intl. Wine & Spirit Competition 2014, Bronze – Decanter 2014 2011 harvest: Gold – Berlin Wine Trophy 2013, Silver – Mundus Vini 2013, Premium Select Wine Challenge 2013, Berlin Wine Trophy 2012, Bronze – Intl. Wine Chaleenge 2013, Intl. Wine and Spirit Competition 2013 General Information
    • Grape: 100% Feteasca Neagra
    • Dry – 2,51 g/l
    • Harvest 2013, Dealu Mare Vineyard
    • Appellation - DOC – CT
    • Alcoholic concentration (% vol) – 14
    • Total acidity (g/l in tartric acid) – 5,13
    Vinification This Feteasca Neagra is made from vines which are over 30 years old. The grapes are only picked when they have reached their full maturity.The grapes are fermented for 8 to 12 day at a maximum temperature of 29°C to extract its intense colour. 40% of the wine is placed in oak barrels for up to 6 months after which it is blended. Tasting notes Dark purple in colour with a mixture of spice and black forest fruits. Complex flavours of fruit and spice with soft tannins give this wine its lovely velvety finish. Food pairing Barbecued meat and rich pasta sauces. Serving temperature:18-20˚C
  • AWARDS:

    • Gold - Mundus Vini Germany

    • Silver - Decanter Asia Wine Awards

     

    TASTING NOTES:

    Maluri de Prut combines the best from both sides of the Prut river. Lovingly collected, the indigenous varieties of Feteasca Neagră and Rara Neagră have created a wine with a strong, tender character.

    Maluri de Prut shows a deep red color with shades of weathering. It is distinguished by the predominant aroma of berries and raisins, followed by emotional overtones of vanilla. The rich taste, full of vigor harmoniously combines notes of cherry and plum, passing in a long and balanced aftertaste.

    VINIFICATION

    Grape varieties: 90 % Feteasca Neagră, 10 % Rara Neagră

    The wine is aged for 6 months in French oak barrique.

    FOOD PAIRING

    The wine is a good with red meat: beef, pork and grilled lamb meat.

     
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    TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Variety: 100% Feteascǎ Neagrǎ
    • Appelation: DOC-CMD Dealu Mare
    • Vintage: 2014
    • Yield: 7000 kg/ha
    • Oak aging: 8 months
    • Alcohol content (vol%): 14.5
    ORIGIN Fetească Neagră (or Black Maiden in English) is an old native variety that originates from Moldova and Muntenia and again is capable of producing some great wines of deep color although the vine needs constant care. The later the grapes are picked the better the results and a constant trimming programme to arrest the vigour produce excellent results. Fetească Neagră is a bramble fruited red with hints of soft cherry. It can vary greatly depending on terroir and oak influence, some can be earthy while others can boast flavours of cappuccino and vanilla. WINE MAKING PROCESS Grapes harvested manually from plantations established in 2003-2004, in third top of the slope, the slope of 25-40%, with southern exposure. 40% of the amount was vinified in concrete pots, then this amount being matured for eight months in French wooden barrels of 1-3 years, the other amount was matured in stainless steel tanks. Assembly was made after maturation. TASTING Clear, intense red with violet hues, intense spices aromas (black pepper), vanilla and notes of guince and ripe red fruits. Dry, full-bodied and well-balanced, with soft tannins and aromas of red fruit (blackberries and blueberries), with a persistent finish. It is reccommended to be served at the temperature of 17-18°C. One may serve it with red meat dishes (lamb, beef, venison), spicy dishes and matured cheese.
  • TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Variety: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Syrah , 20% Feteascǎ Neagrǎ
    • Appelation: DOC-CT Dealu Mare
    • Vintage: 2013
    • Yield: 6700 kg/ha Cabernet Sauvignon, 5300 kg/ha Syrah, 5800 kg/ha Feteascǎ Neagrǎ
    • Oak aging: 18 months for Cabernet Sauvignon, 12 months for Syrah, 12 months for Feteascǎ Neagrǎ
    • Alcohol content (vol%): 13,7
    ORIGIN: The wine is prepared entirely from grapes of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Feteascǎ Neagrǎ, varieties coming from the Dealu Mare which is the homeland of red wines in Romania, the seventh largest country producer of grapes in the world. WINE MAKING PROCESS: After hand-harvesting at an average of 25°Brix, the grapes were desteemed and crushed. The grapes have been fermented by variety in stainless steel vertical fermenters with gentle cap irrigators, for 14-21 days. To extract rich color and soft tannin from the grape skins the fermentation vats were pumped over 5 minutes every 3 hours, daily throughout the fermentation period. Following pressing and malolactic fermentation, the wine was moved to Romanian forest oak barrels, then racked, blended with a personal fingerprint and bottled; it might require decanting with time. TASTING: Deep red color, with abundant bouquet of fragrant forest fruits, dark chocolate and spices hints. Three lovely varieties reunited in a complex and well structured wine, with an intense and velvety taste of ripe fruit and marmalade, vanilla and spices on the finish. It is recommended to be served at 16-18°C, along with spicy lamb dishes, beef or venison.
  • TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Variety: 75% Merlot, 20% Syrah, 5% Feteascǎ Neagrǎ
    • Appelation: DOC-CT Dealu Mare
    • Vintage: 2013
    • Yield: 8000 kg/ha
    • Oak aging: 12 months
    • Alcohol content (vol%): 13,5
    • APPELATION: D.O.C. - C.T. Dealu Mare
    ORIGIN: The wine is prepared entirely from grapes of Merlot, Syrah and Feteasca Neagra, varieties coming from the company’s own vineyards located in Sahateni (Dealu Mare, region) - Romania, the seventh largest country producer of grapes in the world. WINE MAKING PROCESS: Following hand harvesting at full ripeness, during the second week of September (average sugar 25,7 °Brix) , the grapes were destined and slightly crushed.  Fermentation where conducted in stainless steel closed tank with gentle cap irrigator, at 26-29˚C for 14 days. TASTING: Ripe red & dark fruits taste, completed by some sweet vanilla and spicy hints; mild tannins are well integrated into the firm but elegant structure; silky on the palate, followed by long lasting finish. It is recommended to be served at 16-18°C, alongside with spicy foods, roast duck and turkey, spicy Italian sausages, smoked ham and chorizo, meatloaves.
  • TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
    • Variety: 100% Feteasca Neagra
    • Appelation: DOC-CT Dealu Mare
    • Vintage: 2013
    • Yield: 4800 kg/ha
    • Oak aging: 14 months
    • Alcohol content (vol%): 13,5
    ORIGIN: Fetească Neagră (or Black Maiden in English) is an old native variety that originates from Moldova and Muntenia and again is capable of producing some great wines of deep colour although the vine needs constant care. The later the grapes are picked the better the results and a constant trimming programme to arrest the vigour produce excellent results. Fetească Neagră is a bramble fruited red with hints of soft cherry. It can vary greatly depending on terroir and oak influence, some can be earthy while others can boast flavors of cappuccino and vanilla. WINE MAKING PROCESS: Stainless steel tank fermentation at 25-27˚C with punching down the cap. Extended maceration was utilized to deepen and broaden the wine structure. 12 months barrel aged in second time used South Romanian oak medium + toasted (a blend of Q.sesilliflora and Q. robur). The treatments before filling has been kept to minimum in order to preserve the aromas therefore during ageing small sediments can occur. TASTING: Deep red color, intense flavors of dried plums, black currants and cinnamon. Silky on the palate and well balanced by the round tannins and vanilla hints coming from 12 months ageing in Romanian oak barrels. It is recommended to be served at 16-18°C, along with well spiced steakes - veal, lamb and even chicken.