Altrovino presented the second edition of Era Uva in Rome: a selection of excellent Organic, Biodynamic and Natural wines.
In the beautiful setting of the Villa Torlonia’s Limonaia another event was held recently (October – 28th) entirely dedicated to the presentation of selected companies producing organic, biodynamic and natural wines. A further demonstration, in case there was still need for it (check our video below), of the interest generated among the public by these types of wines. But not only that, it also indicates the constant increase in the number of companies that have decided to dedicate themselves to their production.
As our readers well know, at least here, we have no prejudice about the different types of production, because the parameter that we mainly consider is that of the … final result. In fact, we would never suggest a wine that we didn’t like just because it belonged to a specific category.
We participate in events, festivals and tastings for the sake of knowledge and discovery: to learn about old and new realities, different types of vines and winemaking, to be able to propose them to those who read us exclusively as suggestions for the next stages of their oenological knowledge path. Everyone obviously has his tastes and his predilections, but knowing that … “there” is probably a wine that is worth knowing, can always be useful to navigate the immense world of our wine production.
We are of course delighted to taste a good wine that tries, as far as possible, to respect the nature, the territory and the terroir from which it comes.
Nearly forty producers attended Era Uva, with about two hundred labels. Below are our tastings and our evaluations.
Aquila Del Torre – Friuli
Sauvignon DOC Colli Orientali 2017 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Riesling DOC Colli Orientali 2017 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Basile – Toscana
Comandante – Maremma toscana DOC 2015 – ♦♦♦♦ 1/2
Ad Agio – Montecucco Sangiovese Riserva 2014 – ♦♦♦♦
Sorelle Palazzi – Toscana
Chianti Riserva DOCG – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Casina di Badia – Chianti DOCG – ♦♦♦♦
Vin Santo Riserva DOC – ♦♦♦♦ 1/2
La Marca di San Michele – Marche
Passolento – Verdicchio Castelli di Jesi Riserva DOCG 2017 – ♦♦♦ 2013 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Capovolto – Verdicchio Castelli di Jesi DOC Classico Superiore – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Bastian Contrario – Marche Rosso IGP 2017 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Fiorano – Marche
Donna Orgilla – Offida Pecorino DOCG 2018 – ♦♦♦
Giulia Erminia – IGT Marche Pecorino 100% 2017 – ♦♦♦
Omero Moretti – Umbria
Grechetto IGT 2018 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Monti Cecubi – Lazio
Thymos – Falanghina IGT Lazio – ♦♦♦♦
Le Rose – Lazio
Artemisia – Malvasia Puntinata – ♦♦♦
Petit Manseng – ♦♦♦ 1/2
La Rivolta – Campania
Scomposto – Malvasia in anfora IGP Beneventano – ♦♦♦
2020 – Trebbiano in anfora IGP Beneventano – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Cretapaglia – Calabria
Sciccu – Guardavelle, Mantonico, Guarnaccia Bianca IGP Calabria – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Paolo Vella – Sicilia
Pavè – Nero d’Avola DOC 2017 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Polinas – Sardegna
Vermentino DOC Sardegna 2018 – ♦♦♦ 1/2
Cannonau DOC Sardegna 2018 – ♦♦♦♦ 2017 – ♦♦♦♦
♦♦♦ ½ Very Good
♦♦♦♦ ½ Almost Perfect
Note: The number of tastings at the various producers is exclusively linked to the case and the variations of the moment. For this reason in some cases we taste different wines from a producer and maybe, only one from others. Naturally, we cannot taste them all and therefore also the choice of which producers to test is due exclusively to chance or to our desire to evaluate specific vines or specific locations.
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