KOOL Vino Rosso
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Region: Piedmonte, Italy
Grape varieties: Ruche and Pinot Noir
KOOL Vino Rosso displays an exuberant bouquet of wild berry, jam, and hibiscus flowers. The palate is warmly expressed by jammy red fruit.
Song: Wild and Free by Calm
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About KOOL Vino Rosso
KOOL Vino Rosso displays an exuberant bouquet of wild berry, jam, and hibiscus flowers. Rich notes of violet and rose petal. The palate is warmly expressed by floral notes and jammy red fruits notes. A balanced body and soft tannins. The taste is rounded and very fresh, the tannin is light and velvety. This great wine is suitable for an important dish like game and cheese.
About Kool Line
Kool Line is the new line of wines born from the collaboration of Agriment Italia with some of the beloved Italian wineries of our importer, Tuscany Wines Imports. Tuscany’s owner Daisy Penzo wanted to dedicate a line of wines to Generation Z and to the Millennials, two categories of consumers and audiences who have a very specific taste, and a palate oriented towards quality.
Kool Line is a line of wines that meets the needs of younger people who love particular, fresh wines, perhaps from native vineyards or with a particular vinification that enhances the unique characteristics of the grape, aka natural wines. Pop and fun Italian wines, of the highest quality in the glass.
Ruchè is a variety of Piedmont in Italy that has risen from virtual obscurity as a little-known, dark-skinned variety to having its own appellation, Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato. The appellation was elevated to DOCG status in 2011. Its origins are disputed, with some claiming Ruchè as indigenous to the region, while others claim it has Burgundian roots.
Ruchè wines can be characterized by their lightness in color and complex aromas – somewhat akin to the lauded Nebbiolo of the region. The similarities continue with Ruchè having fine but forceful tannins and good acidity to stimulate the palate.
Ruchè wines are sometimes blended with small amounts of Barbera and Brachetto (up to 10 percent), which is permissible in the DOCG wines. At the turn of the century, there were just 125 acres (50 hectares) of Ruchè planted, making it one of the most exclusive wines made under any Italian wine title, DOC or DOCG. Its elevation in status has signaled the resurgence in popularity for this vine.