Freeman Corvina Rondinella “Corona” 2016


94 Points, Jane Faulkner, James Halliday’s Wine Companion, Published 01 August 2018, “A 50/50% blend of the two Italian reds corvina and rondinella, made in a Valpolicella style so it’s juicy, fresh and lithe. This is a delightful, aromatic, barely medium-weighted wine laced with bright red fruits, menthol, florals, tangy-raspberry-like acidity and savoury lighter-framed tannins. An excellent rendition that’s thirst-quenching.”

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WINEMAKING: FREEMAN CORONA Corvina Rondinella 2016 is a blend of two northern Italian origin varieties classically used to make two popular red wines – Bardolino (Lake Garda) and Valpolicella (Verona).
Unlike the flagship FREEMAN Secco that relies on the addition of dried grapes to the fermentation, this savoury red blend is crafted solely from freshly harvested Corvina and Rondinella. After pressing, the individual varietal parcels complete fermentation in stainless steel and are then aged for 12 months in old oak barrels before blending to create a mellow yet savoury ‘drink now’ style.

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