Wine Tarapaca, "Reserva" Chardonnay
Reviews of purchase Tarapaca, "Reserva" Chardonnay
Wine of deep yellow color.
The taste of wine is fresh, sweet, fruity, with well balanced and lively acidity, with notes of citrus, honey and spicy nuances, with long and complex finish.
The wine has a delightful fruity aroma with notes of peach, vanilla and bananas.
The wine will be the perfect complement to grilled fish, seafood, cheese appetizers, white meat dishes.
"Reserva" Chardonnay - delicious, rich Chilean white wine grapes for which are grown in the vineyards of Maipo valleys (85%) and Casablanca (15%). In the production of this wine are used in the centuries-old traditions combined with modern technology. Vine age is 13-15 years. The grapes are harvested by hand in the optimum degree of maturity. 69% of the grapes fermented at low temperatures in stainless steel containers to retain fruity character of fruit. 31% of the wine was fermented in barrels of French and American oak, which shall then be kept for five months. After bottling the wine is aged for a further 3 months. Wine storage potential is 3-5 years.
Tarapaca - one of the most important wineries in Chile and one of the main representatives of the New World wineries. The winery was founded in 1874 in the Maipo Valley, at the foot of the Andes. This blessed place, according to the magazine Decanter, "is fast becoming one of the most famous regions of Chile with a cool climate and wines made from crops with natural low-yielding vineyards." In Tarapaca necessarily been selecting the best grapes, which are chosen the right terroir that, along with a careful vinification results in a high quality, balanced and complex wine. The task of the winery - "to produce high quality wine with excellent balance and taste." In the year of Tarapaca produces more than 13 million liters of wine. The average age of the vines economy is 12-15 years. After more than 100 years of producing great wines in the domestic market in 1992 Tarapacá began to export wine, winning major international markets.
Now the winery is part of Tarapacá Wine Group of Companies VSPT, which also includes other wineries in Argentina and Chile. VSPT - the first company in the local market and the second export of wines from Chile.