Wine Hacienda Araucano, "Clos de Lolol" Rouge, Lolol DO
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Reviews of purchase Hacienda Araucano, "Clos de Lolol" Rouge, Lolol DO
The wine is deep raspberry red.
The complex taste of wine reveals a generous fruity accents on the background of skin tones, white pepper and licorice.
The generous aroma of wine is replete with tones of black fruit jam and moist tobacco leaf.
Grilled red meat, stewed ribs in wine sauce and other hearty dishes are suitable accompaniments for wine.
Dry red wine "Clos de Lolol" Rouge, Lolol DO is a blend of European grape varieties grown on Chilean fertile land. Soil in the vineyards consists mainly of clay, limestone and rock, and the density of planting is 5000 plants per hectare. The ripening phase of the crop usually falls on a dry and hot period with an abundance of sunny days. High temperatures are slightly balanced by the cool wind from the Pacific Ocean.
Grapes are harvested manually in 12-kg boxes; at the winery, the fruits are double sorted. After cold maceration at a temperature of 8-10 ° C, alcoholic fermentation follows with regular pumping of wort and malolactic fermentation. Then the wine is aged for a short time on the lees and 18 months in barrels of French oak of the second filling. The potential for storing wine " Clos de Lolol" reaches 10 years.
Hacienda Araucano is a Chilean company founded by the famous French winemaker, François Lurton. In 1992, François drew attention to the distant lands of Chile and, having bought a plot of land, planted the first vineyards. The Lolol Valley was chosen as a terroir, in which Lurton became a pioneer in the field of winemaking. The winery itself was named after the last indigenous people of Chile. The first wines of Asienda Araucano appeared in 1997.
The company currently has 28 hectares of vineyards in Lolol and 15 hectares in Santa Cruz in the Kolchagua Valley. The region is characterized by hot, dry weather and a significant difference in day and night temperatures. Pacific breezes and wet morning mists play a cooling role. Most of the precipitation falls in the winter, so in the summer the vineyards undergo additional irrigation.