Wine Millaman, Shiraz Malbec Reserva, 2009
Reviews of purchase Millaman, Shiraz Malbec Reserva, 2009
The wine is dark red with violet hue.
Taste wine enveloping, deep, fruity and elegant, with soft, well integrated tannins, spicy nuances of wood and a long aftertaste.
The wine has a wonderful aroma with notes of red currant, blackberry, toast and oak.
Wine perfectly suited to red meat, venison with spices, cheeses and fruits.
Curico Valley is perfectly suited for the cultivation of vines: due to the large amount of sun, cool breezes from the Pacific Ocean, mitigating high temperatures, as well as the mountain range of the Andes, which provides natural protection. Curico Valley is one of the oldest and most prestigious wine regions of Chile. It was here, on the banks of the river Mataquito River, in the heart of the district, at the end of the XIX century there were first built winery Millaman (translated from the ancient language of the indigenous peoples who inhabited the valley of Curico, which means "Golden Eagle"). Vineyards planted many years ago (some vines around 70 years), have excellent potential and provide the ability to produce a wide variety of wines. In the last 10 years, thanks to a skilful combination of tradition and innovation Wine Millaman achieved its greatest success and well-deserved fame throughout the world.
Shiraz grapes were grown in Chile is much later than other varieties, but he quickly caught on and became the "bright star" Chilean vineyards. Shiraz give purple-red wines, which vary in style, depending on where it grows. Shiraz from Curico Valley is developing in a warm climate, so the wines are deep, strong and juicy. The wine is aged in American and French oak barrels for 7 months.
Wine Shiraz Malbec Reserva awarded a bronze medal at the "International Wine & Spirits Competition, 2006". Also, Shiraz Malbec won a silver medal at the "Vinalies France" and "Mundus Vini Germany, 2003", got 88 points from "Bibenda Magazine Italy".