Wine "Intruso" Red Blend, Montsant DO
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Reviews of purchase "Intruso" Red Blend, Montsant DO
Color intense garnet wine.
The wine has a bright, dense fruit flavors with hints of underbrush, wild rose and blackberry. The aftertaste is pleasant and soft tannins.
Varomatnom bouquet of wine felt notes of cherry and vanilla.
The wine will be excellent company rice dishes, pasta, stews, sausages, pork dishes, grilled meats and cheeses.
Orowines Comoloco, Jumilla DO - dry red wine made from the Monastrell grape variety grown in the Spanish province of Jumilla.
After harvest, it was subjected to sorting and maceration. Then begins the process of fermentation in small stainless steel tanks. This wine is kept in barrels.
Orowines - companies included in the group Orowines Group, which also includes other wineries from all major wine regions of Spain. Gil family produces a variety of wines from different brands, which allow you to change the traditional concept of winemaking areas. For the production of wine, which is produced in the province of Jumilla, crop grown in vineyards located in the region of the term de Arriba. They are characterized by low yields, due to the lack of irrigation and dry climate. Therefore, the wines of this region have a pronounced fruity aroma.
Gil Family Estates - famous wine company, which includes such wineries as:
- Bodegas Atalaya;
- Bodegas Ateca;
- Bodegas El Nido;
- Bodegas y Vinedos Shaya;
- Bodegas y Vinedos Triton;
- Cellers Can Blau;
- Orowines Spanish DO's;
- Bodegas Juan Gil.
First success this winery has achieved in 2001 as a result of the fruitful cooperation of the family Gil and Chris Ringlenda, one of Australia's best winemakers. The first wines were released under the brands El Nido and Clio.
Since all of the wineries belonging Gil Family Estates, located in different regions of Spain, each of them has certain advantages that allow betting on the autochthonous grape varieties. The vineyards are located at an altitude of 700 m above sea level. They grow Monastrell, Cabernet Sauvignon on very old, almost century-old vines and Syrah.