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de Tarczal, Husar Marzemino
Husar Marzemino

 

Tasting Notes: According to winemaker Ruggero de Tarczal, 95% of all wines made in Trentino are from a co-op. Of the remaining 5%, only four estates produce Marzemino, and de Tarczal is the smallest producer of all. Marzemino is a very late ripening, difficult to grow grape that is a fascinating relative of it’s Northern Italian cousins, Lagrein and Barbera. de Tarczal’s wine is reminiscent of a Burgundian/Loire style, with lots of bright fruit, fully ripened, with crisp acidity and tannins. With a remarkable price to quality ratio, this is a unique opportunity to taste one of the world’s most unique varietals.

Location Trentino-Alto Adige, Italia.
(Marano d’Isera)
17 hectares.
Soil Morenico.
Estate de Tarczal.
(day TARK-zahl)
Vine Training: Guyot.
Density of plants: 5000.
Age of vines: 15 years.
Winemaker Ruggero de Tarczal.
(roo-JAY-roh day TARK-zahl)
Vinification Steel tanks.
Varietals 100% Marzemino. Barrel None.
Residual Sugar 1.2 grams per liter. Maturation 15-18 months.
Acidity 5.2 grams per liter. Vintage Production 150 cases.
Alcohol 13.5% by volume. Foot Fairing Cheese, salami, stews, and red meats.
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