World Red wines
The "New World" of wine is certainly in great growth from a qualitative point of view, and is increasingly becoming a valid alternative to the classic products that we all know.From New Zealand the great Pinot Noir, from California Bordeaux blends Impressive for complexity and persistence, from South America the Malbec; An overview to discover great wines from all over the world.
There are 12 products.
Dark ruby color. The nose has aromas of blackberries and black pepper. On the palate it is velvety and fruity with a moderate acidity. It is advisable to combine it with dishes of cold cuts, grilled meat and smoked dishes. Drink within 3 years from the harvest.
Dark berry jam mingles with wild meadow herbs and subtle citrus notes. The structure is complex with elegant, fine tannins and refreshing, juicy acidity. The finish features cassis with spicy-mineral notes. The Blaufränkisch Reserve has superb ageing potential and pairs perfectly with lamb, duck, or game dishes.
On the palate it has an abundance of berries; in the foreground more recognizable are the notes of raspberry and dark cherry. The tannins are barely perceptible. It is fresh, very pleasant, soft and drinkable.
Color: ruby red
Bouquet: complex of red fruit, spicy
Taste: exotic, spicy with hints of red fruit
Malolactic fermentation and aging in large barrels determine the structure and elegance of a fresh and round wine.
Aging: in used barriques
Color: ruby red
Bouquet: delicate with hints of wild berries, raspberry, delicate herbaceous notes, hints of cherry
Taste: red fruits, fine tannins and good minerality
Acidity: 5.2 g / lt
Amiability: 1.2 g / lt
Definitely a wine for connoisseurs and fans of pinot noir. A lively red color, spice and red fruit on the nose, an apparently soft attack in the mouth, which is however immediately offset by a great freshness and acidity. It is essential to serve the temperature no higher than 16 °. It is a wine that can easily age well beyond 10 years.
The Rot is a 100% Pinot Noir coming from vines grown with organic methods on a clayey-limestone soil. On the nose, aromas of strawberries, cherries and vanilla blend with hints of coconut and toasted wood. On the palate it is dry, medium-bodied with a pleasant acidity. 8 years aging potential.
Balanced and pleasantly soft, with a well developed body, and a long and complex persistence.
As often happens with the wines of the "New World", it is the great French masters who are committed to discovering new production areas. So it was also for Chapel Peak and in particular for this Pinot Noir, fine, elegant and with a decidedly Burgundian style. A really interesting wine that stands up to the most famous French relatives.