Wine "Moonrise" Carmenere, Valle Central DO
Reviews of purchase "Moonrise" Carmenere, Valle Central DO
The wine is rich ruby color.
The wine shows a soft and balanced taste with rounded ripe tannins.
The enticing aroma of the wine reveals notes of spice, black cherry, plum and blueberry.
Wine perfectly sets off the flavor of dishes of meat and game.
Red wine "Moonrise" Carmenere is made from grapes grown under the dazzling sun in the Chilean Central Valley. Bright and temperamental Carmenere is fully revealed in the conditions of extreme continental climate of Chile. To Carmenere fully retained its seductive varietal aroma and full-bodied tannic flavor, berries harvested at the peak of ripeness, and then are fermented in the traditional way in stainless steel vats.
Spanish conquistador Francisco de Aguirre in the XVI century, planted the vine on the lands of Chile. In the future, continuing the work of their ancestors, Etcheberri Ana Maria and Pedro Felix de Aguirre founded the winery Bodegas y Vinedos de Aguirre, who adheres to the traditions of wine-making family.
The company is located in the town of Villa Alegre, Maule Valley. Today Bodegas Vinedos de Aguirre and owns 330 hectares of vineyards with modern irrigation systems. The company is equipped with modern equipment for stabilization, fermentation, bottling and labeling of wine.
The ruler "Viento del Sur" is dedicated to the southern wind, without which neither a good harvest nor a good wine will turn out. The Greek gods, deifying the phenomena of nature, appropriated winds to names in accordance with their directions. The southern wind of Noto (in Latin - Oster) brings good weather, saturates the nature with wind energy in summer and during harvest.
All wines from the collection "Viento del Sur" ("South Wind") - young, elegant, fresh, open, with a good "price-quality" ratio. They are made from grapes, which have highly concentrated organoleptic characteristics. To preserve the rich aroma, the harvest is collected at dawn, in the cool morning hours.
The Spanish conquistador Francisco de Aguirre planted a vine in the lands of Chile in the 16th century. Continuing the work of the ancestors, Ana Maria Etcheberry and Pedro Felix de Aguirre founded the winery Bodegas y Vinedos de Aguirre , which adheres to the wine-making traditions of the family.
The company is located in the town of Villa Alegre, in the Maule Valley. Today Bodegas and Vinédos de Aguirre own 330 hectares of vineyards with modern irrigation systems. The enterprise is equipped with modern equipment for stabilization, fermentation, bottling and labeling of wines and produces up to 12 million liters of wine per year.