Wine Anakota, "Helena Montana" Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003
Reviews of purchase Anakota, "Helena Montana" Cabernet Sauvignon, 2003
The wine is dark ruby color.
In a complex and full-bodied taste of wine on the background light colored skin felt fennel and juicy fruit shades of plum and blackberry.
The aroma of wine notes of blackcurrant, blackberry and blueberry infused with mineral and spicy undertones.
Wine suitable for feed to meat dishes: steak, steak and fries, as well as vegetable stew.
For the production of wine "Helena Montana" Cabernet Sauvignon berries used Cabernet Sauvignon collected in the vineyard Helena Montana. The vines grow at an altitude of 290 meters above sea level at the foot of Mount Helena, and the total area of the vineyard is about 60 acres. After harvest and a careful selection of ripe berries, fermentation takes place, after which the wine is aged in French oak barrels for 14 months.
Anakota - is a small winery in the heart of Sonoma wine each which uses a single grape variety - Cabernet Sauvignon. Berries are harvested at two vineyards: Helena Dakota and Helena Montana, which differ in the composition of the soil and the height above sea level, which provides a unique taste of wines. Vineyard Helena Dakota is located at an altitude of 230 meters above sea level and covers an area of 12.5 acres. Helena Montana - a vineyard located at an altitude of 290 meters above sea level and with a yellowish solid ground, which promotes the growth of small but strong vines. The merit of the highest quality and popularity of wine Anakota belongs winemaker Peter Seeded that not only manages the vinification process, but also monitors the status of the vineyards. He was able to move the traditional technology of wine from France in the New World, and his talent was appreciated at home. The French Ministry of Agriculture assigned Seeded Peter Knight of the Order of Valor for agricultural production California wines, which are not inferior to the sensory properties of the best vintages of Bordeaux.