Wine "Casilda" Cabernet Sauvignon-Carmenere, Central Valley DO
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Reviews of purchase "Casilda" Cabernet Sauvignon-Carmenere, Central Valley DO
The wine is dark cherry in color with purple highlights.
The taste of wine is soft, velvety, plentiful, juicy, harmonious, with rich fruit tones, underlined by subtle spicy and vegetable nuances, balanced acidity and a long finish with vanilla and woody tones.
The wine seduces a sweet, soft, floral aroma with exquisite notes of lilac, rosemary and bay leaf. The nuances of honey and black pepper add a special charm to the bouquet.
The wine goes well with a variety of meat dishes, salads and cheeses.
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Dry red wine "Carus Unum" Roble, Ribera del Duero DO is made from Tempranillo grapes with a small addition of Merlot, which are grown in the vineyards of the Spanish region of Ribera del Duero. Harvested by hand when the berries reach optimum ripeness. The vinification process proceeds according to the traditional method of producing red wines. The wine is aged in barrels of French and American oak for 8 months.
Year after year, Ribera del Duero rose to challenge Rioja for the title of Spain's greatest wine region. Once known only as the home of Vega Sicilia, the region is now represented by many outstanding quality wineries. At lower prices, Ribera offers some of the best wines in the world. Like Burgundy in France, Ribera del Duero is a classic region that offers an amazing variety of red wines, mainly from one grape variety - Tempranillo, thanks to its varied terroirs. The soils have a rich composition and include clay, sand, limestone, marl and chalk. The climate is mostly continental with harsh winters, hot summers and high daytime temperatures.
The ruler "Viento del Sur" is dedicated to the southern wind, without which neither a good harvest nor a good wine will turn out. The Greek gods, deifying the phenomena of nature, appropriated winds to names in accordance with their directions. The southern wind of Noto (in Latin - Oster) brings good weather, saturates the nature with wind energy in summer and during harvest.
All wines from the collection "Viento del Sur" ("South Wind") - young, elegant, fresh, open, with a good "price-quality" ratio. They are made from grapes, which have highly concentrated organoleptic characteristics. To preserve the rich aroma, the harvest is collected at dawn, in the cool morning hours.
The Spanish conquistador Francisco de Aguirre planted a vine in the lands of Chile in the 16th century. Continuing the work of the ancestors, Ana Maria Etcheberry and Pedro Felix de Aguirre founded the winery Bodegas y Vinedos de Aguirre , which adheres to the wine-making traditions of the family.
The company is located in the town of Villa Alegre, in the Maule Valley. Today Bodegas and Vinédos de Aguirre own 330 hectares of vineyards with modern irrigation systems. The enterprise is equipped with modern equipment for stabilization, fermentation, bottling and labeling of wines and produces up to 12 million liters of wine per year.