Zeero Sangiovese Non-Alcoholic
Toscana, Azienda Agricola Casa Emma, 750 ml
The alcohol-free, Tuscan red wine is Casa Emma's answer to the health- conscious trend. The Sangiovese from Casa Emma beguiles the nose with a wide-ranging bouquet reminiscent of pomegranate, black elderberry, plums, "MonCheri" pralinés, rose petals and fresh red berries. On the palate, it is very silky, full-bodied and drinkable with a juicy, animating acidity that makes you want to take the next sip. Balsamic accents vibrate along with it. The aroma is again red-black fruits such as cassis, cherries and elderberry juice. Notes of pine sapling honey and gingerbread spice make it an exciting food companion. A non- alcoholic red wine from Bella Italia that perfectly accompanies a wide variety of spicy dishes. It is rich in polyphenols and low in calories and thus offers a health benefit. Ingredients: dealcoholized red wine, flavors, thickener: E456, E414, E242. Nutrition Facts per 100ml: Energy KJ: 439.32, Energy Kcal: 10.5, Total fat: 0.16 g., of which saturated fat: 0.10 g., of which trans-fat: 0.06 g., Carbohydrate: 2.30 g., of which sugars: 0 g., Fiber: 0.8 g., Protein: 0 g., Salt: 0 g., Calcium: 12.3 mg., Iron: 0.64 mg., Potassium: 0.121 g.
|Origin:||Italy / Toscana|
|Ripening potential:||1 to 2 years|
|Drinking temperature:||16 to 18 °C|
|Food Pairing:||Saddle of lamb fillet with herb jus, Cheese board, Giant crevettes, grilled langoustines, Paella, Hot vegetable curries|
Epitome of Tuscany
Chianti classico, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino nobile di Montepulciano: the Sangiovese is in each of the classic red wines from Tuscany. For a long time, it was assumed that its birthplace was here. After all, it appeared under various synonyms in Tuscan documents dating from 1600. But in 2004, researchers unveiled that one of its parents originated in Calabria in southern Italy. Today, it is the most planted variety in Italy. In addition to Tuscany, it fares well in Emilia-Romagna, Marche or Umbria. It is an exceptionally lovable wine: its aromas of cherry and plum, violets and spices are complemented by fresh acidity and a juicy texture. It wins people around both as cheerful, drinkable wines with pizza and pasta and as barrel-aged top class wines. Carried by Italian immigrants, it found its way to California and Argentina. However, it does not have the same reputation there.
Italy – Where wine is a way of life
The Italian wine regions are extremely diverse, and this is made clear in their wines. Established varieties such as Merlot, Syrah, and Sauvignon can be found on just 15 percent of the total vine growing area. The remaining 85 percent is reserved for autochthonous, indigenous varieties. More than 2,000 different grape varieties are grown under diverse conditions and pressed with various techniques into wines that reach the top tier of the international wine market.