Wine Apaltagua, "Tutunjian" Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013
Reviews of purchase Apaltagua, "Tutunjian" Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, 2013
The color of wine - dark ruby with purple reflections.
Taste the wine complex and balanced, with juicy hints of blackberry and black currant. The prolonged aftertaste oak nuances.
The aroma of wine is thin, with nice nuances of tobacco, wood, oak and minerals.
The wine should be served with meat on the grill, game, spicy dishes and hearty snacks.
"Tutunjian" Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon - red Chilean wine. Berry Cabernet Sauvignon are grown for him in the vineyard "Tutunzhan" in Trikala. After harvest, the grapes undergo a three-day cold maceration, which allows to extract from the skin the maximum aromatics. Next comes the turn of fermentation, which lasts for a week at a temperature of 28-30 ° C. Maceration lasts for 2 weeks, after which the wine is aged 8-12 months in oak barrels. After bottling the wine rests in the cellars for about six months. wine potential of 3-5 years.
Viña Apaltagua located in a prestigious area in the Apalta Valley Cachapoal. Apaltagua history began in 1995, when the successful American businessman Edward Tutunzhan spent his holidays in Chile and just fell in love with the wine of the country. Having made the decision to invest in the Chilean wine industry, he bought his first vineyard in the prestigious Curico Valley. In the future, to increase the acreage was acquired several vineyards in different regions of Chile.
Today, agriculture Apaltagua has five vineyards located in major wine-producing valleys of the country, characterized by excellent conditions for viticulture. This allows the company to produce a variety of wines, as well as to be recognized and respected globally for their quality. Apaltagua wines are produced under the guidance of an experienced winemaker Benjamin May and consultant oenologist Álvaro Spinoza, one of the leading wine producers of the country and the pioneer of biodynamic method of growing grapes in Chile.