Wine Vina Chocalan, Rose Seleccion, 2013
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Reviews of purchase Vina Chocalan, Rose Seleccion, 2013
Wine brilliant, bright, pure pink color.
The wine is rich, well-balanced and structured, with tempting acidity, hints of ripe fruit and berries, mineral touches and persistent aftertaste.
The complex aroma of the wine is filled with tones of ripe fruit and berries, especially fresh strawberries, plums and raspberries. They are complemented by light nuances of tobacco and mint.
The wine goes well with salads, appetizers, grilled meat, vegetables, pasta.
Rosa Vina Chocalan, Rose Seleccion is an interesting, rather rare blend consisting of Syrah and Petit Verdot grapes. This is "Rare Rosé Blend" - a term used by winemakers to identify rosé wines from unusual or rare combinations of grape varieties. As a rule, rosé wines are made from varieties that are typical for the winery's terroir. Beautiful pink color of the drink is achieved by limiting the contact of the grapes with the skin during maceration. For the fermentation and aging of rosé wine, stainless steel tanks were used.
Vina Chocalan is a family business. It was founded by Guillermo Toro, who was associated with the wine industry for more than 60 years. Being a very enthusiastic winemaker, Guillermo created a project for the production of wines, combining two of his strongest passions: grapes and wine. The name of the winery - "Chocalan" - translates as "yellow buds."
The first harvest of grapes was received in 2001, and the next year the construction of a wine cellar in the Melipilly area began. Today Viña Ciocalán is recognized as one of Chile's leading companies producing high-quality red and white wines.
The mission of Viña Ciocalán is to produce the wines of the New World, which will be recognized at the national and international level. The winery strives to be a producer of the highest quality wines with a stable and socially responsible production, creating an emotional connection with wine consumers.