Wine Bremerton Vintners, "Matilda Plains" Cabernet/Shiraz, 2014
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Reviews of purchase Bremerton Vintners, "Matilda Plains" Cabernet/Shiraz, 2014
Wine cherry red color.
The taste of wine is intense, multifaceted, in it against the background of ripe fruits there are nuances of chocolate and refreshing touches of mint. Taste chord complement the notes of licorice, emphasizing a pleasant tannin. The finish is long, with hints of spices and oak.
In a rich and juicy aroma of wine combines accents of ripe plums, notes of strawberry jam and subtle touches of cedar.
The wine goes well with red meat, lamb, grilled vegetables, meats and spicy dishes.
Bremerton Vintners, "Matilda Plains" Cabernet / Shiraz - a pleasant red wine, which combines strength and sophistication. Created from varieties grown in South Australia Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.
The wines of the "Matilda Plains" series got their name in honor of the Willson family dog - a collie named Matilda. During the daily street walks in areas belonging to the farm, the dog tried the grapes and spit them out, if they did not reach ripeness, that is, they did not accumulate enough sugar. And if Matilda ate grapes, then the berries have acquired a pleasant taste and are ready for harvest.
Australian company Bremerton Vintners is engaged in winemaking in the region of Langhorn Creek. The unique region sprawls on rich, fertile soils in the Bremen Valley. It is known for its cool climate, and the vines growing here consistently produce high quality crops. The first settlements in the region date back to the year 1850, when Frank Potts, an English shipbuilder, decided to change his line of business and engaged in farming.
The history of the Bremerton Wintners winery began in 1985. Sisters Rebecca and Lucy Wilson bought the estate "Bremerton Lodge" area of 40 hectares. In 1988, they produced their first wine, Cabernet Sauvignon, from grapes purchased from a nearby farm. For five years, the enologist continued experiments at the winery, soil analysis was carried out, and as a result areas were identified for further work. Today, the company owns 120 hectares of vineyards and a modern winery and supplies its wines to the United States, Britain, Hong Kong, Canada, Switzerland, Germany and other countries.
Oenologist Rebecca and marketing manager Lucy, rallied in a common cause, successfully competing in the market. Over the past 11 years, Bremerton Vintners has been awarded the "5 stars" award by James Halliday, taking pride of place in the top 5% of all Australian wineries.