Purcari wines are aged exclusively in French oak barriques with a capacity of 225 liters. Depending on the variety, the aging period varies from 6 to 18 months, while the wines enrich with tannins and flavour components, which give to the taste and aroma of wine elegant notes of wood, vanilla and chocolate.
Vinohora Rosé is a seductive wine, with Moldovan and Italian origins. The delicate acidity of the wine accentuates nicely the freshness and the finesse of the bouquet.
This rosé works nicely as an appetiser, but it complements very well fish or savoury cheese snacks. Vinohora rosé is produced in a limited edition.
VIVINO 4.2 points (Equivalent to Robert Parker 92 points / Wine Enthusiast 91 points)
Vinification: 51% Fetească Neagră , 49% Montepulciano
Obtained from hand-picked grapes.
Vinohora collection limited edition of Purcari wines, the local combines Moldovan grape varieties with classic international varieties. The Rosé Cuvée is a Moldavian-Italian dance “Hora”, which combines the harmony of “FeteascăNeagră ” with the playful heart of the Italian Montepulciano.
The full and fruity taste is of peaches, cherries and raspberries dominates and has light vanilla notes. He captivates by a long lasting finish and a pleasant acidity.
Recommended serving temperature: +10 … 12°С
Alcohol: 13.0% Total acidity: 5.7 g / dm3 Volatile acidity: 0.42 g / dm3
Total SO2: 90 mg / dm3 Residual sugar: 3.0 g / dm3
Awards Vinohora Fetească Neagră & Montepulciano
Vinohora Fetească Neagră & Montepulciano 2018
– Gold Medal (International Wine Contest, Bucharest 2019)
– Silver Medal (Decanter World Wine Awards 2019)
– Silver Medal (Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2019)
– Silver Medal (Mundus Vini Germany 2019)
– Bronze Medal (Wine Up, Romania 2019)
Vinohora Fetească Neagră & Montepulciano 2017
– Silver Medal (Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2018)
– Silver Medal (Decanter World Wine Awards 2018)
– Silver Medal (International Wine and Spirit Competition 2018)
– Silver Medal (Mondial du Rose 2018)
– Bronze Medal (Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2018)