Wine Giesen, "Estate" Chardonnay
Reviews of purchase Giesen, "Estate" Chardonnay
The wine is golden yellow in color.
The taste is very pleasant wine with juicy, creamy texture, bright notes of ripe fruit and hints of sweet toasted oak.
The juicy, spicy aroma of wine grapes and felt tones of ripe stone fruit.
Wine can be submitted as an aperitif, with fish and poultry, salads and cheeses.
"Estate" - an attractive range of wines, which, according to the manufacturer, will impress in any situation. It is accessible, open and honest wine, each bottle is Giesen brothers have invested part of his passion for winemaking.
"Estate" Chardonnay - very fruity wine with juicy, creamy texture. It is made of Chardonnay from premium vineyards in Hawkes Bay. Crop is harvested by machine. Berries gently pressed, whereupon the juice obtained by free path through the slit in the press, and the juice obtained by pressing a hard, are sent to the fermentation separately. Fermentation grafted yeast takes place in oak barrels. Aging wine in these barrels on the lees lasts six months. In some barrels pellet regularly mixed to increase the weight, texture and complexity of the future wine. Assembling all the pieces takes place in December. Before bottling the wine is filtered. Storage capacity "Estate" Chardonnay is 3 years.
The old Giesen brothers, natives of Germany, there were winemakers, but the career of their ancestors somehow intersected with wine. Family members took part in the culinary and wine trades were sommeliers and restaurateurs. And the boys in my childhood was considered a hobby grapes. When the older brothers Alex and Theo made a trip to Australia and then to New Zealand, they fell in love with this land. Brothers noticed a limited range of wines available at a local wine store, with most bottles had a warmer North Island of New Zealand. Alex and Theo noted that the cooler climate of the South Island is an ideal place for the cultivation of some varieties, for example - Riesling. This idea prompted them to buy in the first section of Burnham on the outskirts of Christchurch.
After obtaining a degree in winemaking brothers joined Marseille. Common business values and love for wine prompted the brothers to create a winery Giesen. Starting out as a "small fish in a small industry," the brothers have worked purposefully to the fact that they love, so bring your passion for wine in each bottle, to which touched. Today the winery Giesen is proud to be working around the Marlborough region. Each member of the team Giesen contributes to creating and maintaining the reputation of the name of Giesen worldwide. The portfolio of wineries are four ranges, which offer top-quality wines for all occasions.