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Today we are going to review a very special wine, one that combines the three most famous romanian grape varieties – Trilogie in Alb by Via Viticola Sarica Niculitel. This wine is a blend of three indigenous romanian grape varieties: feteasca alba, feteasca regala and feteasca neagra, where feteasca alba forms the main body and structure, feteasca regala adds up-front richness and refreshing natural acidity, while feteasca neagra rounds and smoothens the final blend. The grapes are sourced from the Colinele Dobrogei hills in the Dobrogea wine region, while the wine’s blending formula is a statement, that this wine is designed to conquer minds and hearts. That said, without further ado, let’s move on straight to our tasting results and find out how good this wine really is. On to the tasting!
Take a look at the tasting notes below and our detailed assessment of the wine:
color: pale yellow
clarity: clear silver
intensity: rich & slightly mouldy
fruit profile: green fruits | citrus fruits
__green fruits: green apple | pear | quince | white apricot
__citrus fruits: lemon | pineapple | lemon peel | white grapefruit
fruit character: unripe | ripe
non fruit: floral | herbal
__floral: acacia blossom
__herbal: wormwood | hay | straw grass | lemongrass | currant leaf
body: round & lean | medium
fruit profile: green fruits & citrus fruits
fruit character: ripe
non fruit: herbal
aftertaste: crisp & appealing
maturity: in its prime | drink now
verdict: great | a must try
This is definitely a great wine of Romania and with a total of 92.2 points scored, this wine is right there, among the best wines we’ve rated so far. Check our complete database on the wine rating page, where you can find all the wines that we have tasted and reviewed or go to the about us page and find out more about our exquisite rating system.
Verdict: this is a very fine and voluptuous wine blend that is right there, at the summit of its prime form – a wine that does not require any more bottle ageing. It feels supple, lean and crisp, with mouth-watering acidity and just a touch of alcoholic warmth on the palate. This a very appealing, voluptuous and noble wine with a medium body and an amazing balance on the mouthfeel – a wine with a nuanced citrusy profile and mesmerizing herbaceous notes in the background. The wine might taste slightly opulent and wide at times, but make no mistake here, this is an elegant and velvety wine blend – one of the best we’ve tasted so far. In order to elevate the noble-smooth character of the wine and underline those subtle terroir notes, we would recommend to pair it with creamy pasta dishes, like for example tagliolini with white truffles and butter sauce. Get one and enjoy!
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