Wine "Aromo" Carmenere, Valle del Maule DO
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Reviews of purchase "Aromo" Carmenere, Valle del Maule DO
The wine is dark red garnet color with purple hues.
The taste of wine is well structured, with ripe, rounded tannins and a stylish, persistent aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is filled with tones of spices and pepper, interwoven with light shades of black fruit.
The wine goes well with meat and game dishes.
"Aromo" Carmenere - dry red wine from Carmenere grapes grown in the Maule Valley. Harvested by hand during the third week of April. 40% of the crop undergoes cold maceration within 3-5 days. Alcoholic fermentation on cultured yeast is carried out at a temperature of 26-28 ° C and lasts 5-7 days. Before bottling, a five-day cold stabilization is carried out.
Vina Aromo Winery was founded by the French company Estansan & Co. in 1922. French winemakers have determined that the Chilean Maule Valley has enormous potential for growing vines and obtaining high-quality crops. In the valley there is a unique microclimate that the Andes provide. The massif protects the earth from temperature extremes and delays excessive rainfall. The wines of the valley are bright, with a fantastic aroma and great taste. In 1940, Vina Aromo was bought by Victor Enriques Solar, a famous Chilean winemaker and patriot of his land. His sons Arturo and Manuel continued the work of their father, and the company Vigna Aromo became widely known not only in Chile, but also in the world market. Today, the company's wines are sold in 32 countries on 5 continents.