The Malvasia di Bosa Riserva 2010, Columbu has won. It has been a wine that, years, has entered the gotha of regional wine production. Its fame has imposed itself on a national level thanks to the cult that the greatest tasters, sommeliers and critics have made of enological products in the world, above all thanks to the quality of the product and the commitment and passion placed in producing it by the Columbu family. The oxidation to power and service of every possible Mediterranean scent. Dry, decisive, enthralling, infinite. it is a dry, full-bodied and intense aromatic wine, vinified in oxidation and aged for at least 24 months in chestnut barrels. It presents itself in the glass with its beautiful golden yellow robe, still speckled with straw reflections that turn, with aging, to a pleasant amber. The nose reveals a complex and fine boquet, which over the years focuses on the breadth of the nuances, well represented by toasted almonds, caramelized hazelnuts, Mediterranean scrub and helichrysum, eggnog, orange blossom and bergamot, and intense ethereal notes. In the mouth alcoholic, dry and with a marked salinity and convincing freshness, these are characteristic notes of the terroir and grape variety, of great intensity and persistence.has an intense and persistent aroma, on the palate there are almondy sensations and toasted hazelnuts. The flavor is dry, soft and warm due to the high presence of alcohol which softens in the mouth showing a surprising balance. Long aging wine. Malvasia di Bosa is a great meditation wine but it can be accompanied with dry pastries, preferably with dried fruit and should be tried with blue cheeses.