Ruberpan was launched in 2003 from grapes grown on vineyards in Cellore d’Illasi, on the slopes of mount Garzon, 500m above sea level. The name Ruberpan comes from the Latin, ‘Ruber’ which means ruby red, and Pan from the Pieropan family.
Grape variety: Corvina Veronese 60%; Corvinone 30%; Rondinella and Croatina Veronese 5% each
Vinification: This wine age in 500 and 2500 litre barrels for 18/24 months followed by a period in bottle before release.
Tasting notes: Brilliant ruby red colour. Nose: Tipically reminescents of cherry, strawberry fruit. Palate complex with beatiful notes of fruit and finish and spicy character too. A wine with good potential to age.
Food Paring: starters such as stuffed pasta, or tomato suaces, particularly good with roast poultry, grilled meat, game birds and mature cheese.
Alcohol content: 14 % Vol.
Serve at 14-15° C
Awards: James Suckling 92/100 (2017), Expovina Silver Medal (2017)
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