Three are the labels that have been read in a key closer to the feeling of today’s company. This is the novelty we presented at Vinitaly 2018, the first stage of a renewal that will continue through 2018.
Founded in 1983, today Hideyuki Miyakawa, its founder, carries on the company along with valuable Collaborators and Family with whom he embarked on a path of excellence and with whom he also shared this new phase. Organic since its creation, Bulichella produces Wines more and more appreciated as evidenced by the recognitions that the Company has in its booklet and that, after the return of the Winemaker Luca D’Attoma, clearly mark the objectives to be achieved.
The wines tasted at Vinitaly were: Tuscanio Bianco 2017, Tuscanio Rosso 2014, Sol Sera Rosato 2017, Rubino 2016, Coldipietrerosse 2013, Hide 2013.
Three renewed labels (Sol Sera, Tuscanio and Rubino) in line with the new Company course, which were announced at the opening of the event.
Born from the design collaboration between Miyakawa Hideyuki and his Family, the new labels visually tell the Company and its history and were created by the production designer Francesco Sala, Orso Miyakawa and Nicolò Miyakawa with mixed technique.
Here are the new labels previewed at Vinitaly
Rubino, is the historical wine of the Bulichella company; Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes. Wine that comes from a careful selection of the grapes with aging in steel and a short passage in second and third cycle barriques. Bright and lively in color, the nose is reminiscent of ripe cherry, followed by balsamic notes, fresh in the mouth and with well-designed tannins. Rubino 2016, € 14.00
Sol Sera, 100% Syrah. Pale pink color with bright reflections for this fresh and savory wine from which intense aromas of small berries (strawberries and raspberries), cassis and light nuances of white pepper emerge. Suitable for fish dishes, even structured and with white meats. Sol Sera 2017, € 15.00
Tuscanio Bianco, Vermentino that with its sapidity tells the proximity to the sea. Grapes harvested by hand in the early hours of the morning with soft pressing and rest in steel. Sapid and fresh, balanced with notes of yellow fruit and hints of vanilla. Perfect with delicate first courses and fish. Tuscanio Bianco 2017, € 14.00
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