Wine Tasting and Gourmet Sampling at Vini e Capricci. Saturday 29th April

Event Date: Saturday, 29th April 2017 - Thursday, 1st January 1970
Start Time: 11:00 AM | End Time: 02:00 PM

Tasting Notes 

Vigne di Chiarlo. Chardonnay

Origin : Italy.
Appellation : DOC Piemonte.
Grape Varieties : 90% Chardonnay, 10% Sauvignon Blanc.
Tasting Note : Straw-yellow with bright reflections. Intense, elegant and of notable freshness, with notes of wild flowers, ripe yellow peach. Inviting, of great charm and pleasantness thanks to the perfect marriage between fruitiness and minerality.
Food Matching : Raw fish, Mediterranean first dishes,white meat and fish – based dishes.

 Vigne di Chiarlo . Monferrato Rosso

Origin : Italy.
Appellation : Montferrato DOC.
Grape Varieties : 40% Barbera, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Shiraz.
Tasting Note : Beautifully deep and luminous ruby-red. Superb, surprisingly fruity nose of great breadth and freshness. Of great impact, with optimum roundness, freshness and pleasantness, it possesses extremely well integrated, delicate tannins.
Food Matching : Perfect for pasta dishes, it goes very well with white meals

Nivole Moscato d’Asti

Origin : Italy.
Appellation : Moscato d’Asti DOCG.
Grape Varieties : 100% Moscato.
Tasting Note : Pale straw-yellow with greenish reflections. Intense, aromatic and fruity, hints of clary, peach, grapefruit and meringue. Clean, light and delicate, backed by an excellent, refreshing acidity. Food Matching : Cakes and petit fours, excellent on its own as a light, refreshing digestive.

Food Pairing 

  Salame Felino IGP. Giuberti

Salame Felino IGP is made of fairly coarsely minced pork cuts, slightly spiced and then dressed. The “Gentile” type of Salame is undoubtedly a more prestigious product for which a thicker and larger type of gut is used, thereby enabling a longer maturation phase.

Occelli ® nel fieno Maggengo (in “Maggengo” first-crop hay)

This is a hard-texture cheese left to age for a few months. The wheels are wrapped in the spring hay of mountain pastures, which enhances it with the aromas and fragrances of alpine flowers.

Toma Nostrale. Occelli 

Produced with raw cow’s milk, this is a cheese characteristic of this area. Its rustic traits are guarantee of typical mountain cheeses. Over time its delicate flavour becomes stronger with aromas recalling herbs and meadow flowers. In country cooking it was also used to season and enrich poor dishes such as polenta. A good, even young, Dolcetto is the ideal wine for this type of cheese.