Wine Baron Philippe de Rothschild, "Mapu" Syrah Rose, 2016
Reviews of purchase Baron Philippe de Rothschild, "Mapu" Syrah Rose, 2016
The wine is characterized by a brilliant, deep pink.
The taste of wine is fresh and elegant, revealing bright fruit notes of orange and strawberry. The aftertaste is pleasant and long.
Elegant aroma of the wine, very dense, with floral notes, hints of red currant and other juicy berries.
Fine wine as an aperitif, as it will make a good pair with roast beef, game, roasted or braised red meats. It can be served with cheese, chicken curry and fish dishes, for example - to grill salmon.
Established in 2002, Baron Philippe De Rothschild Maipo Chile - a subsidiary of Baron Philippe de Rothschild, launched his own wine brands "Mapu" and "Escudo Rojo" in the Maipo Valley, south of Santiago. "Mapu" (in the language of the indigenous Mapuche Indian tribe means "earth") - a simple line of beverage wine has a fresh fruit flavor, reflecting the diversity of terroirs Central Valley, the area planted with vines that different grape varieties.
For the production of wine "Mapu" Syrah Rose Syrah grapes used, bought from local producers. By tradition, the company enters into a contract for the purchase of the entire harvest with owners whose plots are necessary to give berries taste. The specialists of "Baron Philippe de Rothschild Maipo Chile" have the ability to control the work carried out in the vineyards, and themselves determine the time of their implementation and timing of harvest. Limited productivity and constant control over the process of maturation make it possible to obtain high-quality grapes. The entire vinification technology is designed so that the wine stay fresh and fruity style. Fermentation under obligatory control temperature and subsequent aging of wine for several months, made in stainless steel tanks.
Baron Philippe de Rothschild was the first dynasty of the great financiers with a history of two centuries, seriously engaged in industrial production of wine in Bordeaux. Since 1920 and until the last days of his life, he sought to ensure that the wines produced by his company, were among the best in the world market. Baron Philippe de Rothschild entered the history of wine as a revolutionary and innovator. He became the first bottled wine production in his own chateau (before this traditionally engaged merchants). On his orders, was built a unique, fully visible for overhead storage for wine. In 1932, Baron launches wine brand Mouton Cadet, is of good quality and affordable for the middle class price. Due to the tremendous efforts of Rothschild and a huge work done for the first time in the history of the Bordeaux wine classification was changed, and the castle Mouton Rothschild 1973 French Ministry of Agriculture awarded the title of Premier Grand Sru Classe. Realizing that the future of world wine business will grow at an accelerated pace, Philippe Rothschild turns its attention to US wine. In 1979, together with the best California winemaker Robert Mondavi, he created the famous, and now the most expensive wine in this state - Opus One.
After the death of Baron in 1988, a family business run by his only daughter Philippines. It is worthy of continuing his father's work and pays great attention to international trends in the development of the company. One of them - the production of wine in Chile under its own brand. In this country, Baron Philippe de Rothschild is considered one of the most successful producers and produces such well-known brands of wine as "Escudo Rojo" and "Mapu".