Location: New York, NY
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Constance Chamberlain's Wines
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May 25, 2010 at 3:50pm
Added May 25, 2010 at 3:50pmWinemaker's Notes: 100% Assytiko Tasting notes: Bone-dry wine with high acid and balance of flavors of delicate honeysuckle and a crisp, mineral finish. This white wine is of a strong personality that will age beautifully for 3-5 years if ideal storage conditions are provided.
May 25, 2010 at 3:48pm
Added May 25, 2010 at 3:48pmWinemaker's Notes: 100% Assytiko Tasting notes: Bone-dry wine with high acid and balance of flavors of delicate honeysuckle and a crisp, mineral finish. This white wine is of a strong personality that will age beautifully for 3-5 years if ideal storage conditions are provided.
May 25, 2010 at 3:37pm
Added May 25, 2010 at 3:37pmWinemaker's Notes: Sigalis Santorini VQPRD Assyrtiko 100% Tasting notes: Straw blonde with light shades of green and a subtle nose of citrus fruit. Excellent structure with a depth of fruit-forward flavor with great minerality and acidity that adds freshness, with a lingering finish.
Apr 15, 2010 at 2:33pm
Added Apr 15, 2010 at 2:32pmWinemaker's Notes: S a n t o r i n i Τype: Dry white wine, Santorini Appelation of Origin of High Quality. Varieties: Αssyrtiko 90%, Αidani 5%, Αthiri 5% Vinification: Direct separating of the must from the grapes, clarification and fermatation with selected dry yeastsat 18°C. Duration of fermentation, 15 to 20 days contact With the non active yeast for 40 days. Maturing: In stainless steal Tanks. Technical support: Alcohol: 13,7%Vol, Total acidity: 6,3 gr/lt tartaric acid, Residual sugars: 2,4 gr/lt The wine comes out in a light white yellow color, which proves the good condition of the grapes, and with soft golden shades. “The nose” is pleasant, with strong fruity aromas. “The mouth” appears full, aromatic and the aftertaste has a certain freshness coming from the acidity of the wine, which is typical of the island. Pairs with: seafood, pasta and white cheese. Best served at 8-10˚C It can be aged for 3 years Bottled: In Santorini, 33.000 numbered bottles Santorini 2006 - GOLD MEDAL - 7th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition 2007 Santorini 2003 - GOLD MEDAL - Decanter world wine awards Santorini 2002 - SILVER MEDAL - International Wine Spirit Competition. Santorini 2000 - BRONZE MEDAL - Concourse International du vin, Thessalonique.
Apr 15, 2010 at 2:18pm
Added Apr 15, 2010 at 2:18pmWinemaker's notes: Estate Argyros Barrel A special wine produced in very limited quantities, has been created by introducing Santorinian Assyrtico grapes to oak barrels from central France. The sedulous selection of grapes, combined with the fermentation and ageing in French oak casks, has produced a rich, full-bodied wine. Wood essence and a hint of vanilla add extra flavor to the fruit of Assyrtico, while the mouth remains smooth and round, slightly buttery – a complete, complex, aging wine. Tasting comments: Golden –green color, complex fine aromas of roasted dried nuts, honey, butter, wood, fruits and an after-taste of quince. A good combination of fruit and barrel provides balance in the mouth and an interesting finish. Vinification: Typical white vinification, aging in French oak barrels of 500 l for 6 months. Alcohol: 13.0% vol. Total acidity: 7.1 g/l Ageing capacity: 10-12 years Accompanies: Fish with dressings, poultry and white meat. Aged and smoked cheese. Serving suggestions: at 8-10 οC
Feb 11, 2010 at 3:33pm
Added Feb 11, 2010 at 3:33pmCitrus and green apple in the nose with a refreshing zest on the palate. Great length but does not have that overpowering tartness some other gruners tend to have. Great price point for a delicious wine.
Feb 9, 2010 at 10:05am
Zantho Zweigelt 2006
Added Feb 9, 2010 at 10:05amI found this wine to have a spicy, red fruit character, typical of Zweigelt. Although this is a lighter style than some other Zweigelts I have tasted, I found it to be pleasurable to drink on its own. Although for a couple years of aging and the wine will develop a much more complex character.