Monday, May 15, 2017

Poema Wine from Kobrand Wine and Spirits

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.

We had the opportunity to facilitate a review for a bottle of wine from Kobrand Wine and Spirts called POEMA.

The points of distinction for POEMA are A true Brut-style Cava, made with indigenous grape varieties Versatile with tapas and light appetizers Made utilizing Metodo Tradicional, the same traditional method used to craft Champagne Made from vines a minimum of 20 years old, for greater depth of flavor

Poema carefully observes the Cava DO’s stringent regulations to craft its top-quality, small production Cavas, made using the same traditional method used in Champagne. The grapes are grown in the limestone hills surrounding Barcelona on vines that are 20 years old. A green harvest and the selection is carefully picked to help ensure grapes are ripe and pristine. The grapes are harvested manually and pressed in three different wineries close to the vineyards before each lot is fermented separately. The grapes are fermented in stainless steel tanks, the lots are then blended and second fermentation takes place in the bottle according to Metodo Tradicional.

Poema won a gold metal in the San Francisco International Wine Competition, and a Silver medal in the Houston Rodeo and Wine Competition

Poema is a great example of Cava with clean, fresh,citrus, mineral and Granny Smith apple aromas with toasted bread notes. The wine can be paired with light tapas, and seafood.

Family owned since 1944, Kobrand attributes success to a single guiding principle that describes the people, products and relationships behind it: quality. Kobrand imports and markets a distinguished portfolio of hand selected brands representing virtually every major wine region of the world and its most iconic specialty spirits.

The portfolio is a collection of gems of New World and Old, including American wineries such as Cellars,Cakebread Sequoia Grove and St. Francis as well as the wines of European masters such as Champagne Taittinger and Maison Louis Jadot and the Portos of Taylor Fladgate, Fonseca and Croft.

A portfolio such as this grows out of the decades-long experience of passionate professionals who seek out the star viticulturists, winemakers and distillers who are its key contributors. Kobrand of today: a story of continuing tradition, strong commitment, innovative excellence and quality.

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1 comment:

  1. I don't drink wine very often but when I do I want it to be special and smooth and great tasting. These wines seem to fit the bill. Since I prefer a white wine I would probably try the Feudo Maccari Grillo IGP 2015.