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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino 2016

The Cannonau San Constantino red wine from Poderi Parpinello has delicious vanilla oak and raspberry summer pudding flavours with savoury notes of tapenade and liquorice on the finish.

Producer Note - The Parpinello family have run this 30 hectare estate and winery with dedication and passion for three generations. Giampaolo Parpinello and his son Paolo strive to reflect the Sardinian terroir and reveal the typicity of the wines. The vineyard is situated on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari in the north west of the island. In order to reflect this typicity, modern winemaking technology is successfully combined with traditional farming methods, resulting in high quality wines with intense aromas and flavours, evocative of the terroir from which they originate.

Vintage - 2016 saw a warm, dry summer, which promoted which had a positive effect on the growth cycle. Rainfall in the first week of September helped to revive the vines after the dry summer and was especially useful to late-maturing vines such as Cannonau. Leading up the harvest the weather alternated between sunny and cooler days, allowing the vines to ripen with good levels of aromatic and polyphenolic maturity.

Vineyard - Cannonau is the most important and exclusive red wine grape native to Sardinia. It is thought to be the oldest variety in the Mediterranean. The vineyard is located on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari. It sits atop a mixture of geological formations such as calcareous marne, conglomerate and sandstone. The vineyard is planted with a high density of vines. The newest innovations are implemented in the cultivation of the vineyard, while respecting the traditions and ecosystem of the geographical location. Pruning and harvesting take place manually. The meticulous selection of grape clusters ensures optimum quality.

Winemaking - The grapes were hand harvested from a selection of the best bunches in the vineyard. Vinification took place with selected yeast in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures of between 20 to 22°C. The wine was then underwent maceration for 10 days to extract the desired level of flavours, colour and aromatics, before being bottle aged.

Tasting Note - A deep, rich red colour, this Cannonau shows lashings of mature red fruits combined with delicate hints of spice on the nose. The dry and pleasantly flavoured palate is elegant, yet full bodied in style.

Serving Suggestion - Pairs well with roasted or grilled red meat dishes, game and cheeses.

Grape Cannonau 100%

Winemaker: Paolo Parpinello & Mauro Murgia

Region: Sardinia Sub region: Cannonau di Sardegna Country: Italy

Alcohol: 14%

BodyValue: C (A is light, E is full bodied)

Residual Sugar: 1

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic/Biodynamic No/No

 

 

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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino

Product Code: 5216816A
Brand: Podere Parpinello Wines
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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino 2016

The Cannonau San Constantino red wine from Poderi Parpinello has delicious vanilla oak and raspberry summer pudding flavours with savoury notes of tapenade and liquorice on the finish.

Producer Note - The Parpinello family have run this 30 hectare estate and winery with dedication and passion for three generations. Giampaolo Parpinello and his son Paolo strive to reflect the Sardinian terroir and reveal the typicity of the wines. The vineyard is situated on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari in the north west of the island. In order to reflect this typicity, modern winemaking technology is successfully combined with traditional farming methods, resulting in high quality wines with intense aromas and flavours, evocative of the terroir from which they originate.

Vintage - 2016 saw a warm, dry summer, which promoted which had a positive effect on the growth cycle. Rainfall in the first week of September helped to revive the vines after the dry summer and was especially useful to late-maturing vines such as Cannonau. Leading up the harvest the weather alternated between sunny and cooler days, allowing the vines to ripen with good levels of aromatic and polyphenolic maturity.

Vineyard - Cannonau is the most important and exclusive red wine grape native to Sardinia. It is thought to be the oldest variety in the Mediterranean. The vineyard is located on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari. It sits atop a mixture of geological formations such as calcareous marne, conglomerate and sandstone. The vineyard is planted with a high density of vines. The newest innovations are implemented in the cultivation of the vineyard, while respecting the traditions and ecosystem of the geographical location. Pruning and harvesting take place manually. The meticulous selection of grape clusters ensures optimum quality.

Winemaking - The grapes were hand harvested from a selection of the best bunches in the vineyard. Vinification took place with selected yeast in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures of between 20 to 22°C. The wine was then underwent maceration for 10 days to extract the desired level of flavours, colour and aromatics, before being bottle aged.

Tasting Note - A deep, rich red colour, this Cannonau shows lashings of mature red fruits combined with delicate hints of spice on the nose. The dry and pleasantly flavoured palate is elegant, yet full bodied in style.

Serving Suggestion - Pairs well with roasted or grilled red meat dishes, game and cheeses.

Grape Cannonau 100%

Winemaker: Paolo Parpinello & Mauro Murgia

Region: Sardinia Sub region: Cannonau di Sardegna Country: Italy

Alcohol: 14%

BodyValue: C (A is light, E is full bodied)

Residual Sugar: 1

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic/Biodynamic No/No

 

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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino

Product Code: 5216816A
Brand: Podere Parpinello Wines
Stock Status: in stock
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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino 2016

The Cannonau San Constantino red wine from Poderi Parpinello has delicious vanilla oak and raspberry summer pudding flavours with savoury notes of tapenade and liquorice on the finish.

Producer Note - The Parpinello family have run this 30 hectare estate and winery with dedication and passion for three generations. Giampaolo Parpinello and his son Paolo strive to reflect the Sardinian terroir and reveal the typicity of the wines. The vineyard is situated on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari in the north west of the island. In order to reflect this typicity, modern winemaking technology is successfully combined with traditional farming methods, resulting in high quality wines with intense aromas and flavours, evocative of the terroir from which they originate.

Vintage - 2016 saw a warm, dry summer, which promoted which had a positive effect on the growth cycle. Rainfall in the first week of September helped to revive the vines after the dry summer and was especially useful to late-maturing vines such as Cannonau. Leading up the harvest the weather alternated between sunny and cooler days, allowing the vines to ripen with good levels of aromatic and polyphenolic maturity.

Vineyard - Cannonau is the most important and exclusive red wine grape native to Sardinia. It is thought to be the oldest variety in the Mediterranean. The vineyard is located on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari. It sits atop a mixture of geological formations such as calcareous marne, conglomerate and sandstone. The vineyard is planted with a high density of vines. The newest innovations are implemented in the cultivation of the vineyard, while respecting the traditions and ecosystem of the geographical location. Pruning and harvesting take place manually. The meticulous selection of grape clusters ensures optimum quality.

Winemaking - The grapes were hand harvested from a selection of the best bunches in the vineyard. Vinification took place with selected yeast in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures of between 20 to 22°C. The wine was then underwent maceration for 10 days to extract the desired level of flavours, colour and aromatics, before being bottle aged.

Tasting Note - A deep, rich red colour, this Cannonau shows lashings of mature red fruits combined with delicate hints of spice on the nose. The dry and pleasantly flavoured palate is elegant, yet full bodied in style.

Serving Suggestion - Pairs well with roasted or grilled red meat dishes, game and cheeses.

Grape Cannonau 100%

Winemaker: Paolo Parpinello & Mauro Murgia

Region: Sardinia Sub region: Cannonau di Sardegna Country: Italy

Alcohol: 14%

BodyValue: C (A is light, E is full bodied)

Residual Sugar: 1

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic/Biodynamic No/No

 

 

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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino

Product Code: 5216816A
Brand: Podere Parpinello Wines
Stock Status: in stock
£13.57loading (inc VAT @ 20%)
RRP: £14.50loading you save £0.93loading
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Poderi Parpinello Cannonau San Constantino 2016

The Cannonau San Constantino red wine from Poderi Parpinello has delicious vanilla oak and raspberry summer pudding flavours with savoury notes of tapenade and liquorice on the finish.

Producer Note - The Parpinello family have run this 30 hectare estate and winery with dedication and passion for three generations. Giampaolo Parpinello and his son Paolo strive to reflect the Sardinian terroir and reveal the typicity of the wines. The vineyard is situated on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari in the north west of the island. In order to reflect this typicity, modern winemaking technology is successfully combined with traditional farming methods, resulting in high quality wines with intense aromas and flavours, evocative of the terroir from which they originate.

Vintage - 2016 saw a warm, dry summer, which promoted which had a positive effect on the growth cycle. Rainfall in the first week of September helped to revive the vines after the dry summer and was especially useful to late-maturing vines such as Cannonau. Leading up the harvest the weather alternated between sunny and cooler days, allowing the vines to ripen with good levels of aromatic and polyphenolic maturity.

Vineyard - Cannonau is the most important and exclusive red wine grape native to Sardinia. It is thought to be the oldest variety in the Mediterranean. The vineyard is located on a gentle slope between Alghero and Sassari. It sits atop a mixture of geological formations such as calcareous marne, conglomerate and sandstone. The vineyard is planted with a high density of vines. The newest innovations are implemented in the cultivation of the vineyard, while respecting the traditions and ecosystem of the geographical location. Pruning and harvesting take place manually. The meticulous selection of grape clusters ensures optimum quality.

Winemaking - The grapes were hand harvested from a selection of the best bunches in the vineyard. Vinification took place with selected yeast in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures of between 20 to 22°C. The wine was then underwent maceration for 10 days to extract the desired level of flavours, colour and aromatics, before being bottle aged.

Tasting Note - A deep, rich red colour, this Cannonau shows lashings of mature red fruits combined with delicate hints of spice on the nose. The dry and pleasantly flavoured palate is elegant, yet full bodied in style.

Serving Suggestion - Pairs well with roasted or grilled red meat dishes, game and cheeses.

Grape Cannonau 100%

Winemaker: Paolo Parpinello & Mauro Murgia

Region: Sardinia Sub region: Cannonau di Sardegna Country: Italy

Alcohol: 14%

BodyValue: C (A is light, E is full bodied)

Residual Sugar: 1

Contains Sulphites: Yes

Vegetarian/Vegan: Yes/Yes

Milk/Eggs: No/No

Organic/Biodynamic No/No

 

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