The Winery Casa Angelo Fantin in Serra Ga&uacutecha in Rio Grande do Sul

The winery offers 5 different wines
Its wines get an average rating of 3.4.
It is currently not ranked among the best domains of Rio Grande do Sul.
It is located in Serra Ga&uacutecha in the region of Rio Grande do Sul

The Winery Casa Angelo Fantin is one of the best wineries to follow in Serra Gaúcha.. It offers 5 wines for sale in of Serra Ga&uacutecha to come and discover on site or to buy online.

Top Winery Casa Angelo Fantin wines

Looking for the best Winery Casa Angelo Fantin wines in Serra Gaúcha among all the wines in the region? Check out our tops of the best red, white or effervescent Winery Casa Angelo Fantin wines. Also find some food and wine pairings that may be suitable with the wines from this area. Learn more about the region and the Winery Casa Angelo Fantin wines with technical and enological descriptions.

The top red wines of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin

Food and wine pairings with a red wine of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin

How Winery Casa Angelo Fantin wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of beef, pork or game (deer, venison) such as recipes of cold pot au feu terrine, stuffed tomatoes with thermomix or autumn pumpkin pie.

Organoleptic analysis of red wines of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin

In the mouth the red wine of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin. is a powerful.

The best vintages in the red wines of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin

  • 2017 With an average score of 3.60/5

The grape varieties most used in the red wines of Winery Casa Angelo Fantin.

  • Cabernet Franc
  • Merlot

Discovering the wine region of Serra Ga&uacutecha

Serra Gaúcha is a Brazilian wine region in the Southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, where Brazil meets Uruguay. Its name is apt: the landscape here is characterized by low mountain ranges (serras) and populated by gaúchos, the cowboys of the Brazilian Pampas. Small landholdings of just a few hectares are the norm in Serra Gacúha, which makes co-operative winemaking almost a necessity. The cost of buying and maintaining winemaking equipment is considerable, so local vignerons pool their resources and invest in shared, co-operative wineries.

It was through similar collaborative efforts that a group of Serra Gaúcha winemakers successfully campaigned for the creation of Vale do Vinhedos DO, Brazil's first wine appellation. With the infamous Bento Goncalves at the heart, Serra Gaúcha is considered the wine capital region of Brazil and is responsible for 80 percent of the entire country's production of wine. Serra Gaúcha's Terroir is characterized by the region's altitude and latitude, while the local culture is tangibly influenced by the immigrant populations from Germany and Italy. Porto Alegre is the state capital and is, as its name impLies, a harbor town.

It lies at the eastern edge of the Serra Gaúcha winelands, and from there the land rises from sea level to more than 2,500 feet (760m) at Caixas do Sul, the state's second city and local wine capital. The altitude and mountainous topography here are vital to the area's suitability for viticulture, providing cooling temperatures to create a longer growing season and higher acid retention. Soil type of the region is also attributed to the altitude with viticulture predominantly found planted in pockets of volcanic basalt that is high in nutrients. The local cuisine and architecture show significant Italian influences, and Italy is largely to thank for the birth of effective viticulture here in the late 19th Century.

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Discover the grape variety: Cabernet franc

Cabernet Franc is one of the oldest red grape varieties in Bordeaux. The Libourne region is its terroir where it develops best. The terroirs of Saint-Emilion and Fronsac allow it to mature and develop its best range of aromas. It is also the majority in many blends. The very famous Château Cheval Blanc, for example, uses 60% Cabernet Franc. The wines produced with Cabernet Franc are medium in colour with fine tannins and subtle aromas of small red fruits and spices. When blended with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, it brings complexity and a bouquet of aromas to the wine. It produces fruity wines that can be drunk quite quickly, but whose great vintages can be kept for a long time. It is an earlier grape variety than Cabernet Sauvignon, which means that it is planted as far north as the Loire Valley. In Anjou, it is also used to make sweet rosé wines. Cabernet Franc is now used in some twenty countries in Europe and throughout the world.

News about Winery Casa Angelo Fantin and wines from the region

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The word of the wine: Removal of shoes

In the spring, this operation consists of removing the mound of earth formed at the foot of the vines by ploughing between the rows in the autumn.