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Corvo Rosso 2011

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1820353
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Corvo Rosso 2011 750ml

Corvo Rosso

Corvo Rosso, a classic Sicilian wine, is produced from Sicilian vines cultivated on warm, sunny hills. Aged in oak barrels it is distinguished by its round, full-bodied and persistent flavour. Together with Corvo Bianco, Corvo Rosso was the first wine to be bottled in Sicily, back in 1824, and is now the best known red wine in Italy thanks to its excellent quality/price ratio and consistent quality.Extremely versatile, it goes well with grilled and roast meats and medium-aged cheeses.Serving temperature 17°-18° C.

Colour - lively ruby-red with garnet red highlights.
Aroma - intense, complex, fruity, with a scent of morello cherry, airy andpleasant.
Flavour - dry, full, pleasantly winy, balanced, full-bodied and persistent.

Extremely versatile, it goes well with grilled and roast meats and medium-aged cheeses.Serving temperature 17°-18° C.

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Duca di Salaparuta Group Corvo Rosso 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Corvo Rosso, a classic Sicilian wine, is produced from Sicilian vines cultivated on warm, sunny hills. Aged in oak barrels it is distinguished by its round, full-bodied and persistent flavour. Together with Corvo Bianco, Corvo Rosso was the first wine to be bottled in Sicily, back in 1824, and is now the best known red wine in Italy thanks to its excellent quality/price ratio and consistent quality.Extremely versatile, it goes well with grilled and roast meats and medium-aged cheeses.Serving temperature 17°-18° C.
 

Notes on the Corvo Rosso 750ML 2011

Tasting Notes Colour - lively ruby-red with garnet red highlights.
Aroma - intense, complex, fruity, with a scent of morello cherry, airy andpleasant.
Flavour - dry, full, pleasantly winy, balanced, full-bodied and persistent.

Food Pairing Extremely versatile, it goes well with grilled and roast meats and medium-aged cheeses.Serving temperature 17°-18° C.