Capcanes Mas Donis Barrica 2010

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Winemaker's Notes:

Wine: "Medium ruby with violet shades; very nice Glycerin mouthfeeling and texture; wild red and black berry flavors,...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Wine: "Medium ruby with violet shades; very nice Glycerin mouthfeeling and texture; wild red and black berry flavors, cherry, spices and herbs; well integrated elegant smooth vanilla oaky toasty notes; ripe mouthful and complex on the palate: loads of sweet vibrant fruit; medium to full-bodied with soft and velvet tannins and nicely refreshing finish." - Winery Winemaking/Aging: "Temperature controlled fermentation (27-29 degrees C). Both varieties were vinified separately in stainless steel tanks. The maceration took place 8-14 days, malo-lactic fermentation in tank. Naturally cold stabilized in barrel, light filtration; no fining." "9 month aged in new up to five years old French and American oak barrels, 228l. Light and medium toasted; no racking. After blending aged for 3 months in tank before bottling." - Winery

Wine: "Medium ruby with violet shades; very nice Glycerin mouthfeeling and texture; wild red and black berry flavors, cherry, spices and herbs; well integrated elegant smooth vanilla oaky toasty notes; ripe mouthful and complex on the palate: loads of sweet vibrant fruit; medium to full-bodied with soft and velvet tannins and nicely refreshing finish." - Winery Winemaking/Aging: "Temperature controlled fermentation (27-29 degrees C). Both varieties were vinified separately in stainless steel tanks. The maceration took place 8-14 days, malo-lactic fermentation in tank. Naturally cold stabilized in barrel, light filtration; no fining." "9 month aged in new up to five years old French and American oak barrels, 228l. Light and medium toasted; no racking. After blending aged for 3 months in tank before bottling." - Winery

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