In Uvinum we offer you the cheap Wines you prefer to buy it at the best prices. You can buy cheap Wines from only £4.50 quickly, with all facilities , and receive your Wine Garda in a few days at home with a VFM as formidable as the Cantina Di Castelnuovo Chardonnay Garda Cà Vegar.
TASTING NOTES OF Feudi San Gregorio Trigaio: - View: deep ruby red, purple hues. - Nose: fresh with an intense perfume of plum and strawberry. - Mouth: Balanced and very cool. APPELLATION: Campania VINEYARD: Feudi Di San Gregorio GRAPES: Aglianico...
“An exuberant and offhand Aglianico. The color is red ruby with violet hues; the nose is frank, typical of a young Aglianico, with fruits and flowers as red cherries, sour cherries and violets. The palate is pleasantly fruity, with good structure and persistence. A wine to match with sandwiches...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Mioro Gran Selección 2016: - View: pale yellow, greenish hues, very bright. - Nose: very marked, typical of muscatel, flowers such as jasmine or orange blossom, persistent and intense primary aromas clean. - Mouth: dry, very structured...
“The pale yellow green reflections expresses an appealing freshness, which is confirmed on the palate with balance and elegance. Its aroma is intense, with notes of white flowers and delicate fruit crisp. A versatile wine in combining a first and second of the sea.”read
TASTING NOTES OF Barbadillo VI Moscato Frizzante 2016: - View: Pale yellow. - Nose: aromas of roses, lychees, talc and muscat grapes. - Mouth: fresh and pleasant mouth, slightly sweet entry. APPELLATION: Tierra de Cádiz. WINERY: Bodegas Barbadillo. GRAPES:...
“- The packaging of Barbadillo Vi Moscato Frizzante is a limited edition and its label has been designed by a young Sevillian student.
The famous Bodegas Barbadillo, the Gibalbin Vineyards, with only 6 degrees of alcohol, and made from 100% muscat grapes, Moscato Frizzante Barbadillo Vi is ideal...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Tariquet Classic 2015: - View: pale yellow. - Nose: great intensity of fruit, floral aromas, citrus and beautiful exotic nuances. - Mouth: tonic, crunchy, with a lot of freshness in the mouth wine. APPELLATION: Vin de Pays des Cotes...
- View: pale and shiny.
- Nose: has a wonderful intensity of fruit, it is very open with aromas of white flowers and citrus.
There will also find notes of exotic fruits.
The Ugni Blanc 'Colombard wine is balanced and pleasant in all ideal for light appetizers and all the friendly moments.”read
“The Insolia is, among the Sicilian native varieties, the one which offers more organoleptic guarantees. It indeed distinguishes itself for the cleanness of the fragrance and the particularly long aromatic hold, besides being characterized by the fact that it can ripen in relatively hot areas...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Mandrarossa Sicilia Grillo Costadune 2015: - View: Straw yellow, green reflections. - Nose: Intense and vibrant, citrus fruits and hints of Sicily as loquat and grapefruit and basil notes. - Mouth: fruity and citrus characteristics, discrete...
“DESIGNATION OF ORIGIN: DOC Sicilia
TIME to taste it: aperitif, dinner with friends
CONSUMPTION IDEAL: 2016/2018
TEMPERATURE: 8/10 ° C
PAIRING: appetizers and seafood dishes
GRAPES: Cricket 100%
ALCOHOL: 12. 5%
OF TANNIC RATING: 8/10”read
“A combination of two noble white grapes, Inzolia e Catarratto, whose enormous potential is only now being discovered (Cataratto in the past was used to produce Marsala). Now blended in similar quantities, which may vary from vintage to vintage, they create a quite unique wine with an interesting...”read
TASTING NOTES OF Frescobaldi Remole Bianco 2016: - View: bright straw yellow, golden reflections. - Nose: Intense fruits such as pear and apple, floral aromas of chamomile and subtly elegant glycine. - Mouth: persistent and captivating finish, wonderful...
“Remole Bianco 2013 offers a brilliant straw-yellow colour with golden highlights. The nose opens with intense fruits like pear and apple followed by floral scents of chamomile and subtly elegant wisteria. The finish, persistent and captivating, leaves behind wonderful flavours freshness.”read
“The name of this famous wine comes from Swabians or Suavi, one of the peoples who sought to conquer Italy in medieval times. For some, the name Soave would have been assigned to the city near Verona by the divine poet Dante for the goodness of his wine. Let yourself be tickled by the delicate...”read