Åsa’s Italian wine of the month:
Pojer e Sandri Nosiola 2007, Trentino Alto Adige
Now is perhaps not the right time for white wines, in particular with the cold weather we’ve had. But if you want to brave the climate and have a white, for example as aperitif or a lighter fish dish you can try this wine from Trentino alto Adige in northern Italy: Nosiola 2007. The wine is made from a grape variety with the same name and is very fresh and fruity, light and elegant with aromas of apple. It also has an interesting touch of hazel nut on the finish. Hazel nut is ‘nocciola’ in Italian, which explains the name. The producer I Pojer e Sandri, a name worth taking note of.
– Åsa Johansson, BKWine’s taster in Italy
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