Remolinos Vineyard takes its name from ‘remolinos' - whirlwinds which keep the grapes dry and in perfect condition before being handpicked each vintage. The vineyard is located at 3500 feet, in the renowned Mendoza appellation of Agrelo. The vineyard soils are Silty clay over sandy gravels.. The yield was 1.8 to 2.0 tons per acre. There was leaf plucking of the east facing …
…wineries' efforts to support their claims to quality by geographic designation. After all, whilecould be grown anywhere, there are places where it's better suited than others. Good " " implied not just a good place to grow grapes, but a good place to grow specific grapes, resulting in an appealing character of place in the wines produced there.
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…mid-palate and into the finish.
It's a very tasty wine, and I'd say particularly good for burgers. In terms of value, it's out of this world!
Variety: 67% cabernet sauvignon, 33% merlot
Price: $ 10.00
Disclosure: This wine was received as a media sample.
Tasted at the Wolf Blass Masterblend Session 25NOV13 - blind, in line-up of 30 ‘peers' over three hours. Opened two hours before tasting, double decanted and poured to glass 45 mins before tasting. The 2009 version of this renowned wine is 86% cabernet sauvignon, 10% cabernet franc, and 4% petit verdot and spends 18 months in [...]
…60% Garnacha, 20% Carinena and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in five- and six-year-old barrels over six months. It has a light but clean bouquet with dark plum and mulberry fruit, while the medium-bodied palate has crisp, tensile tannins and attractive, simple plum and dark cherry flavors. There is fine crispness and tension towards the finish, and overall this constitutes a crisp, taut, entry-level Priorat.
…good wetting of the foliage and avoiding an excess of water stress. Nevertheless, one of our plots of Cabernet-Sauvignon faced a heat stroke and we lost 30% of that crop.
Beginning of September, the maturation process was low, and the few rains of the 6th and 8th happily accelerated the phenomenon. Since then, the phenolic maturity came gradually and we had to be patient. The good weather settled with cold nights that encouraged the accumulation of polyphenols and preserved flavors.
Tasted at the Wolf Blass Masterblend Session 25NOV13 - blind, in line-up of 30 ‘peers' over three hours. Opened two hours before tasting, double decanted and poured to glass 45 mins before tasting. At 13.7% alcohol it's a ‘ riper' Montrose and the blend is 65% cabernet sauvignon, 29% merlot and dashes of cabernet franc and [...]
Red table wine vintage " Codru", made from grapes of Cabernet-Sauvignon ( 75%) and Merlot ( 25%), which the Moldovan wine producers is grown in Central and South zones of Moldova on the sunny slopes of hills.
Actually Mark " Codru" was founded by Moldovan RIVW in 1966.
This wine has a garnet color with onion tone. Bouquet " Codru" different characteristic variety " Cabernet Sauvignon" morocco tones and slightly bitter, astringent …
…25 foot doors and let me out. I tasted the 2010 again at the 2013 Grand California Cabernet tasting in November. The wine is stunning, and I believe with the recent sale to, will become increasingly hard to obtain.
4) 2012 For everyone Noir
Dare I say skip Cabernet as the go-to gift, and consider giving something that is much more food- friendly? Winemaker Ehren Jordan, who worked alongsideat , …
…2010, Napa Valley. 13.5% alc. 85% cabernet sauvignon, 11% merlot, 3% syrah, 1% malbec. Dark ruby color, slightly lighter at the rim; oak is the defining feature, the only one of these 12 wines to be so thoroughly imbued with wood; very dry, dense and chewy; walnut shell and wheatmeal, underbrush and forest floor; austere finish; for those who like their red wines to hit back. Not recommended. About $ 28.