Wine Chateau Charpas, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Chateau Charpas, Bordeaux AOC, 2011
Wine of bright ruby color.
Pure taste of wine has silky tannins, deep fruity tones and shades of plum, also noticeable notes of vanilla, coffee beans and toast.
Subtle and delicate aroma of the wine is filled with tones of red fruits, fresh cut grass.
The wine goes well with grilled meat or roast meat, game, mushrooms and cheese. It is recommended to decant for 40 minutes before serving.
Chateau Sharpas - Blended wine made from grapes from 25-year-old vines grown on clay-limestone soils. The wine is made the traditional method used for fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Malolactic fermentation is carried out in oak barrels.
Wines from Chateau Sharpas in Russia is company "Eurovins", which was established in 1986 in Bordeaux in order to increase the wholesale wine and improve national distributors. At first, the company specialized in the sale of wines from Bordeaux, but gradually expanded its range and began to represent and other wine AOC. "Eurovins" chose Chateaux series with an excellent price-performance ratio, representing all the names of the Bordeaux region. In recent years, the company turned to export markets and is now present in many countries in Europe, Asia and Africa, offering consistently high-quality wines and other beverages from France. In Russia, "Eurovins" is famous Bordeaux red wines from the best Chateau region.
Bordeaux - the famous wine region of France. Bordeaux is ideal for growing grapes due to the excellent climatic and geographic conditions, as well as soils, consisting of a dense sand layer, limestone and gravel. The area of vineyards in the Bordeaux region is 1,150 square kilometers. There is a huge number of wineries - a 9000 Chateau, which produce more than 700 million bottles per year. Particularly popular in the world won the red wines of Bordeaux. These wines are traditionally made from a mixture of grape varieties of a certain quality. The main varieties - Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot.