REBUS FROM AZIENDA AGRICOLA RICCI

REBUS FROM AZIENDA AGRICOLA RICCI – ELENA & FULVIO’S WINE OF THE WEEK

REBUS FROM AZIENDA AGRICOLA RICCI – ELENA & FULVIO’S WINE OF THE WEEK

“I work like a dog unearthing its bone” says Daniele Ricci, creator of Rebus. A white wine made from the Timorasso varietal, which according to the winemaker, is an almost unknown Piedmontese grape that is the best expression of the Tortona hills.

We totally agree with Daniele, Timorasso is one of our favorite and most unique Piedmontese whites.

In order to express such interesting qualities of the grape, Ricci says that he searched for the maximum expression of organoleptic properties through an experiment where he minimized interaction between the wine and the outside world.

A part of the 2007 harvest was vinified entirely in steel, then bottled into double magnums. After a few months in the cellar, the bottles were stored two meters below ground level in a cement cuve, where the wine rested for 8 years – in its own world, with constant temperature control, and complete darkness!

In 2015, the double magnums were unearthed, and put into 1,000 bottles. The result, is a fine and elegant wine that is incredibly drinkable, but also has a beautiful complexity. There is a pleasant hint of hydrocarbon, which is a classic sign of aged Timorasso.

Daniele argues that this is one of his most balanced wines, as it best reveals the character of the varietal…perhaps because of the minimal intervention of the winemaker!

Rebus is a tribute to the roots. In fact, the label shows the initials and birth year of four generations of the Ricci family, who have always been believers in Timorasso, unlike many other winemakers in the area.

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GEA FROM FILIPPO MANETTI VIGNE DI SAN LORENZA

GEA FROM FILIPPO MANETTI VIGNE DI SAN LORENZA – CHRISTOPHE’S WINE OF THE WEEK

GEA FROM FILIPPO MANETTI VIGNE DI SAN LORENZA – CHRISTOPHE’S WINE OF THE WEEK…

“When I moved to Emilie-Romagne, I knew very little about the local wines.

This region falls under domination of large cooperatives that often results in wines lacking a true identity.  Unfortunately, this is often the case with Albana, the local varietal which was used in the first Italian wines to receive the DOCG (Denominazione di origine Controllata), the highest mark of recognition for an Italian appellation.

And then one beautiful day, I met Filippo Manetti, who manages around 3 hectares of vines on the hills of the medieval village of Brisighella. Filippo built his home and farmhouse in a renovated old church – it is a true haven of peace!

Now let’s talk about the wines.

The cuvée Gea is a wine made with 100% Albana, where you can find the entire soul of the varietal! With a few days of maceration, the golden color is constantly evolving in the glass, and has an enchanting nose of jammy fruits, wisteria, chamomile, and herbs. This wine has a nice acidic structure, and a touch of tannins – evoking a beautiful emotion!

Come visit this region and its winemakers who make little gems like this!”

40,000 POSTS ON RAISIN

40,000 POSTS ON RAISIN – THANK YOU USERS ❣️

40,000 POSTS ON RAISIN – THANK YOU USERS ❣️ We have our dedicated and passionate community of users to thank for this milestone…we’ve reached 40,000 natural wines posted on Raisin!

When you post photos on Raisin, you help us enrich the database 🗂 of natural wines and winemakers that just keeps growing. Once moderated and validated, this information is available to the entire community looking to try new natural wines 🍷

We now have 1,500 registered natural winemakers, wherever the vines grow + 15,000 natural wines referenced (appellation, region, grape variety, etc.)!

We couldn’t do it without you, and appreciate your key role in making Raisin as global and up-to-speed as possible 🌎👏 Cheers to you!

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019

The Raisin team is wishing all of you a very happy new year!

The Raisin team is wishing all of you a very happy new year! We hope your 2019 is full of new natural wines and good times, that’s our resolution 😉

It’s a new year, but Raisin has the same mission: to continue to grow the world of natural wine and lead its lovers to drinking and eating well, wherever they are on the planet!

But…there will be some exciting NEW FEATURES coming your way this 2019, and we can’t wait to share them with you.

Thanks to those who have been a part of our journey throughout the years, and welcome to all of the new members of the Raisin community along for the ride! We are raising a glass (and popping a digital pet-nat) to you in the new year 🥂🍾