Wine Bodegas El Nido, "Clio", 2014
Reviews of purchase Bodegas El Nido, "Clio", 2014
The wine has an intense dark cherry color.
Taste wines strong, rich and dense with a long, pleasant aftertaste.
Intense bouquet of wine is filled with aromas of ripe fruit and jam, which are interwoven with hints of licorice and roasted coffee.
Excellent wine with red meat (lamb, beef) cooked with spices on the grill. It will also make a wonderful couple with jamon and cheese made from goat or sheep's milk.
Bodegas El Nido, "Clio", 2011 - dry red wine made from the grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Monastrell grown in the Spanish province of Jumilla.
Yields are several passages from the second half of September and mid-October, when the berries reach a high degree of maturity. The process of fermentation takes place in new oak barrels, then wine aged for 24 months in barrels of French and American oak. "Clio" is produced in limited numbers - no more than 40 000 bottles per year and has a large storage capacity.
In 2001, the family Gil Vera and the largest importer of Spanish wines in the US Jorge Ordonez was founded Bodegas El Nido. Co-founder of the winery is also known Australian winemaker of the Barossa Valley, oenologist Chris Ringland.
"Bodegas El Nido" is located in La Aragon, 10 kilometers north of the town of Jumilla. Wine production is relatively recent, with the 2002 harvest. Winery equipment is designed for the processing of all 100,000 pounds of grapes and consists of several tanks of small volume, selection table and Vinificator capacity of not more than 4 tons. The vineyards are cultivated farm two grape varieties: Monastrell, which occupies 32 hectares, and Cabernet Sauvignon - 12 hectares.