Wine Chateau L'Ermitage, Epicuria, Costieres de Nimes AOP, 2014
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Reviews of purchase Chateau L'Ermitage, Epicuria, Costieres de Nimes AOP, 2014
The wine shows a deep red color with ruby highlights.
The wine has a juicy, intense flavor, velvety texture against which sound exquisite tones of ripe red fruits. For a long, pleasant finish with oak nuances.
The aroma of wine - refined, noble, with hints of black currant and hints of licorice.
The wine matches perfectly with red meat dishes, appetizers, braised lamb and befstroganof. It will be a good complement to the mature cheeses and dishes for Provencal.
Chateau L'Ermitage, Epicuria - having a good structure and concentration of red wine varieties Mourvèdre. Grapes are grown in apelasone Koster de Nimes, age used vines - 25 years. Soils rich in vineyards, sandy rocks, and a warm, favorable climate of the region provides people here wines saturation and slightly spicy flavor, sets them apart from the rest of the range of Rhone Valley wines.
After traditional fermentation Chateau L'Ermitazh, Epikyurya at least 12 months aged in wooden barrels. The wine worthy of development potential of 5-10 years. The best accompaniment for it will be dishes of lamb, steaks and mature cheeses.
Wine estate Chateau L'Ermitage is located in the southern Rhone Valley, in the southern appellasone Koster de Nimes. The last 30 years the economy operated brothers Michel and Jérôme Castillon. In the vineyards with a total area of 80 hectares with a Mediterranean climate and gravelly soils grow traditional varieties grapes of the Rhone Valley - Syrah, Grenache, Grenache Blanc, Viognier, Mourvèdre and Russan. The Chateau L'Ermitazh carefully monitor the selection of grapes, control the yield and quality of berries. Thanks to the temperature control at the stage of maturation and storage, the wine acquires a balance in flavor and aroma, different soft tannins. Wine is kept in "FUDR" in new oak barrels, which give the wine a great flavor. Brothers Michael and Jerome Castillon constantly experimenting with their wines, to further improve the taste and aroma.