Wine Vinselekt Michlovsky, Frankovka kabinet "Latitude 49"
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Reviews of purchase Vinselekt Michlovsky, Frankovka kabinet "Latitude 49"
Wine beautiful ruby color.
Fragrant taste of wine is filled with tones of wild berry jam, fruit notes. In the soft nuances of dark chocolate aftertaste.
Bouquet of the wine is made up of shades of ripe berries - raspberries, blackberries and dark cherries.
The wine goes well with red meat, especially beef dishes, Parmesan cheese.
Wine collection "Latityud-49" made from grapes grown in the 49 parallel. Vineyards with Pinot Noir for "Rulandskogo Blue" based in Velké Pavlovice region. Area located around the 49th parallel - this remote northern wine region of Central Europe. Grapes are subject to the influence of the Atlantic and continental climates. Moist fresh air and slows down the ripening of the Atlantic, but at the same time promotes the aromatics and mild spice. The soils in this area are very diverse. Mainly dominated by loess soil, but also widespread rocky and clay-sand.
Company Vinselekt Mihlovsky (Vinselekt Michlovsky) was created by Dr. Milos Mihlovskim in 1993 with the aim of growing grapes for wine production. Since 1995, the company started its own production and bottling of wines of high quality, which was immediately appreciated by consumers and allowed the company to become a leader among winemakers, not only in the Czech Republic, but also abroad. Vineyards Vinselekta Mihlovsky located in South Moravia, a region known for its favorable natural conditions similar to the conditions of the eastern regions of the Western Carpathians from Austria and Slovakia. A warm, sunny climate of the area and a variety of loose soil positive effect on the quality of the grapes. Vineyards Vinselekt Michlovsky located on 130 acres of Mikulov and Velké Pavlovice sub-areas of the Moravian wine region. It is known that the Romans cultivated vineyards in South Moravia and produced wine already in the III century AD. However, the true development of wine production reached later. Currently Moravia vineyards occupy more than 15 thousand hectares.