Wine Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Reviews of purchase Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Deep ruby color.
The taste is rounded, full-bodied with notes of cherry and black currant, with a slight aroma of bread crust, balanced. A long and fresh aftertaste perfectly reflects the power of terroir Maipo.
Elegant aromas of red fruit, blueberry, tobacco, coffee and pepper notes.
The wine goes well with Italian dishes such as meat paste, pasta with mushroom sauce and risotto, and harmonizes well with red meat, lamb, rabbit, lean meats and mature cheeses.
Wine Baron Philippe de Rothschild Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon is made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from the best vineyards in the Central Valley of Chile. Reserva - a series of great varietal wines created from grapes from the best Chilean vineyards. Reserva wines are aged in oak, which allows to obtain balanced rich wine. The label shows the family coat of arms of the Rothschild family - red shield, according to one version Rothschild surname originates from the German word "mouth Schild" - "Red Shield". The bottle is decorated in an elegant and understated style.
In the production of wine maceration wort is carried out with the skins for a more complete extraction of flavor and aroma of berries. After a light pressing wort is sent to stand at low temperature for subsequent removal of the precipitate. Alcoholic fermentation is carried out at a temperature of not more than 18 ° C in order to maintain full flavor and aroma.
The wine is aged in barrels for more than 4 months, then quickly bottled, preserving its freshness and flavor.
In September 1997, the company Philippe de Rothschild SA, through its subsidiary Baron Phillippe de Rothschild Maipo Chile, began production of two Chilean varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. The range of wines was supplemented next year with two new wines: Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc. In the future, the winery has developed, increasing volumes and expanding production. Currently, the production of wine used for about 30% of its own grapes, and the rest is purchased from winegrowers with whom the company has entered into an exclusive agreement. Entirely from grapes from its own vineyards wine farms produce line Escudo Rojo, a more simple, such as Mapu and Mapu Reserva, - purchased from other farms.