Wine Uppa Winery, "Cler Nummulite" Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot
Reviews of purchase Uppa Winery, "Cler Nummulite" Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot
The wine is ruby red in color.
The taste of wine - a fresh, rounded and complex, it is dominated by shades of red fruit and nuances of blackberry, strawberry and thorns on the background of exquisite silky tannins. The average duration of the aftertaste of coffee and felt the nuances of cherries.
The wine has a pleasant fruity aroma with light touches of spice. The bouquet is also distinguished the accents of raspberry, dried strawberry, pink pepper and earthy notes.
Wine provides an ideal accompaniment for roasts, beef, venison, stewed vegetables, sausages and goat cheese.
Uppa Winery, "Cler Nummulite" Pinot Noir - red wine, biodynamic method created from grapes grown in the valley Chernorechenskaya (Crimea, Sevastopol). The name of the wine is named after the area of origin. The term "Claire" in the Crimea called the land territory, where they grow to a certain specific area of grape varieties. "Nummulite" (nummulite) - derived from the fusion of the Latin "nummuius" (coin) and Greek "lithos" (stone) the name of the soil-forming layer: Similar to the flat shell coins, which have become the main component of the Crimean limestone.
Among other varieties Claire nummulite grown Pinot Noir. The harvest is collected in the first week of September. The wort is fermented in oak barrels at a temperature of 28-30 ° C and then kept in a 228-liter barrels for 18 months. "Claire Nummulite" Pinot Noir has a rich varietal aroma and fresh. silky taste. A worthy addition to it will be dishes of white meat, appetizers and goat cheese.
Winery Uppa Winery - young Crimean economy, founded in 2007 by former Moscow sommelier. Pavel Shvets worked in prestigious restaurants in Moscow for 15 years, engaged in parallel supply of spirits from Europe. In his "baggage" of the first title, won at the First Russian Sommelier Competition in 1999. In the mid-2000s, Paul decided to focus on creating wines, which went to his home - in the Crimea. His own economy Shvets founded on the site formerly belonging to the farm the vineyard, 20 km from Sevastopol. Newly winery called "Uppa". Translated from the Crimean Tatar "UPPA" means "native", the same name is flowing not far from the farm the river, which is named after and located here Native village. The farm professed principles of biodynamics, according to which the growing process is carried out with a minimum of human intervention and totally rejects the use of any chemicals.
Uppal Winery produces high quality terroir wine that can rarely be found on store shelves. Pioneer Crimean biodynamic winemaking Paul Shvets does not stop there, setting themselves new challenges to improve the technology and quality of its products.