Wine Chapel Peak, Pinot Noir, Marlborough, 2011
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Reviews of purchase Chapel Peak, Pinot Noir, Marlborough, 2011
Wine pale ruby color with purple reflections.
Sredneteloe wine with juicy soft taste with refreshing acidity and a slightly rough tannins. The finish is long, berry.
Ripe aroma of the wine is filled with hints of cherry, plum, pomegranate, cinnamon and baking.
Wine is recommended to bring to the game birds, veal with mushroom sauce and aged cheeses.
Marlboro is the most important wine-growing region of New Zealand. This status Marlborough region was only 24 years later, after the first vines were planted in New Zealand. To date, nearly 40% of the production of wine production in New Zealand falls on the region of Marlborough. It is worth noting that the wines produced in this region are the most well-known brands of the country, recognized throughout the world. The main city of the region of Marlborough, Blenheym, has every reason to boast the highest number of hours of sunshine per year. Sunny days are interspersed with clear cold nights and dry autumn berries provides a long gestation period, which is very positive effect on the taste of the grapes.
Chapelle Winery Peak, located in New Zealand (Marlborough) owns Domaine Laporte - the famous French manufacturer of the Sancerre region. Agriculture Chapel Peak produces wines from different grape varieties. One of them - Pinot Noir. This grape is ripening in the region of Marlborough slowly, due to which it retains the high acidity. With an abundance of sunshine in the region, wine is gaining a good level of sugar. Pinot Noir from Chapelle Peak will give you expressive velvety tannins and good aging potential.