Wine "Bodegones del Sur" Marselan Reserve, 2013
Reviews of purchase "Bodegones del Sur" Marselan Reserve, 2013
The wine is dark red.
The intense fruit and berry taste of wine envelops in tones of raspberry and black currant. The velvety texture enhances their sound and leads to a long final.
The notes of raspberries, black currant, mint and eucalyptus are the main lines in the aroma of wine.
Wine is combined with dishes from pork, mushrooms, cold meat appetizers, fresh cheeses, game.
Variety Marcelan - a relatively recently derived hybrid of red varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. Particularly influenced by it have a moderate climate and proximity to the ocean, providing the necessary contrast of seasonal and diurnal temperatures. Grapes are harvested at the ideal maturity stage by hand and double sorted. The production of "Bodegones del Sur" Marselan Reserve begins a preliminary cold maceration period, which lasts 4 days and is replaced by fermentation at a controlled temperature of 24-28 ° C. After that the wine contacts the skin again, and then it is aged for about 3 months in oak barrels.
Winery Juanico - this property Deykas family, who own 100% of the company. Before becoming the property of the family Deykas plant Huaniko went through a large number of owners. Among them was Don Francisco and Huaniko who in 1830 built underground cellars and introduced new traditions of agriculture. This allowed him to produce high quality wines.
Nearly half a century later, in 1979, the winery passed into the hands of those who finally "revealed" Huaniko worldwide. With the advent of the management of the family Deykas, the plant introduced new technologies, business began to invest constantly. In 1980, the owners of the company reorganized production. As it turned out, the characteristics of the terroir Uruguay are almost identical to the characteristics of the land of Bordeaux, so along with the autochthonous varieties of the company began to grow noble French grape varieties. In 1992, the plant produced the first wine class Grand Cru, which could compete with the famous wines of France. In 1994, the first batch of wine Huaniko went to England. After that, the company began to export its products to France, Sweden and Germany. Today, the wine exports Juanico covers five continents of the world. In 1996 Huaniko got his first gold medal for the quality of its wines.
Today the company is run by the third generation of the family Deykas. Thanks to the devotion and dedication of employees, the company is thriving Huaniko and holds a leading position in the global market. And to this day Huaniko is the owner of the large number of awards among Uruguayan companies producing wines. Worldwide recognition helped winery Huaniko tie close partnership with Chateaux Pape Clement (France) in 1999. In 2003, the company first introduced the world to wine made from grapes Petit Verdot.
The company's goals are as follows: - to be a leading company in the production of fine wines; - To gain recognition on the world market at the most demanding customers; - Amaze your customers and wine critics of high quality products.