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Notte di Galileo

Notte di Galileo: Falstaff points 

The wine ‘Notte di Galileo Riserva Colli Euganei DOC 2019′ received 91 points at the Grandi Rossi Veneti Trophy 2022 organised by Falstaff:

Notte di Galileo Riserva Colli Euganei 2019  is tasted by Kiem Othmar, Staffler Simon and in their tastingnote is written :

“Bright ruby with a slight garnet sheen. Opens with pronounced savoury notes of ivy leaf and cardamom, with hints of cassis behind. Velvety on the attack and course; opens with hearty, grippy tannins and has good drive on the finish. “

Colli Euganei DOC Riserva Notte di Galileo

Serving suggestions:  This wine perfectly suits to red meat and mature cheeses.

Flavour:  Intense and full-bodied. Smooth and embracing with an excellent persistent aftertaste.

Aroma: Fully developed and intense with hints of spice and vanilla. Clear sensations of  ripe red fruit.

Grape varieties:  Merlot 60% and Cabernet Sauvignon 40%

Soil type: calcareous, rich in fossils, volcanic in origin

Training system:  Cordon spur, Guyot

Serving temperature: before opening a bottle, gradually bring it to a temperature of 16-18°C, and then pour it into a decanter.

Colour: Purple red with garnet red reflections

Previously awarded vintages were: 

2018: Decanter: Bronze Medal

2017: 5 Star Wines: 90 Points

2017: Falstaff: 90 Points

2016: AWC Vienna: Gold

2015: Decanter: Bronze Medal

2015: MundusVini – Summer tasting: Silver Medal

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Cantina Colli Euganei:

Today, as a cooperative, the Cantina Colli Euganei brings together about 680 winemakers, spread over the protected area of the Euganean Hills Nature Reserve.

It has taken various geological periods for the Euganean Hills to become gentle hills capable of protecting vines and exposing them to the sun in such a favourable way while providing. 

The Cantina Colli Euganei is situated in the heart of the Veneto region, in the middle of an area that has been dedicated to vine and olive tree growing since ancient times. Today, it is acknowledged by the latest regulations of 2010 as a DOC and DOCG area.