Haras de Pirque Carménère Pirque 2009

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Source: ONLINEWEINKELLER.de
07/27/2011

Equus Carmenère 2009 - Haras de Pirque : Equus Carmenère 2009 - Rotwein von Haras de PirqueDieser reinsortige Rotwein, gekeltert aus den Carmenère-Trauben, besitzt ein vielfältiges Bouquet. Der Equus Carmenère 2009 von Haras de Pirque betört zunächst durch Aromen von reifen roten Beeren. Im Mund zeigt er sich fruchtig mit Noten von Zimt und Anis. Das Finale beeindruckt durch seine aißerordentliche Länge und Sanftheit. Der neun Monate im Barrique gereifte Equus Carmenère von Haras de Pirque ist der Geheimtipp dieses Weingutes. Dieser Wein ist der perfekte Begleiter zu rotem Fleisch, Braten und geschmorten Fleisch mit Chuthney aus Früchten. Überdies passt er wunderbar zu reifem Käse. Er sollte zwei Stunden vor dem Servieren geöffnet werden.Daten des Equus Carmenère 2009 von Haras de PirquWeingut: Haras de PirqueLand: ChileAnbauregion: Maipo ValleyRebsorten: 100% CarmenèreeInhalt: 0,75 lAlkoholgehalt: 14,50 Vol.%Säuregehalt: 3,7 g/lRestsüße: 2,50 g/lFassreife: in frz. Holz (9 Monate)Empfohlene Serviertemperatur: 16°CLagerfähigkeit: bis mind. 2019Auszeichnungen des Equus Carmenère 2009 von Haras de PirqueConcours Mondial Bruxelles 2008: Gold Medaille (Jg. 2006) Maipo Valley


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Winemaker's Notes:

In 1991, after a highly successful business career in Chile's private sector, entrepreneur Eduardo Matte acquired an estate that he would later name Haras de Pirque, in the southwestern part of Pirque, a prestigious winegrowing area situated in the Maipo Valley. Eduardo Matte's objectives included launching a major winery project, and expanding and improving the existing thoroughbred farm. The property- today covering 600 hectares - gently ascends the lower slopes of a spur of the Andes Mountains. In these foothills, between 1992 and 1993, one hundred and twenty hectares of vineyards were planted, mainly with the reds Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carmenère, and the whites Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Haras de Pirque's name honors the country´s oldest thoroughbred breeding stud, founded in 1892. The fruit for this wine comes from Haras de Pirque’s own vineyards, Maipo Valley. This Carménère offers notes of ripe black fruit, blueberries and dried figs on the nose. These are supplemented by herbal and mineral qualities, blended with tobacco and flowers. Soft and juicy on the palate with plenty of fresh fruit flavours.

In 1991, after a highly successful business career in Chile's private sector, entrepreneur Eduardo Matte acquired an estate that he would later name Haras de Pirque, in the southwestern part of Pirque, a prestigious winegrowing area situated in the Maipo Valley. Eduardo Matte's objectives included launching a major winery project, and expanding and improving the existing thoroughbred farm. The property- today covering 600 hectares - gently ascends the lower slopes of a spur of the Andes Mountains. In these foothills, between 1992 and 1993, one hundred and twenty hectares of vineyards were planted, mainly with the reds Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carmenère, and the whites Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Haras de Pirque's name honors the country´s oldest thoroughbred breeding stud, founded in 1892. The fruit for this wine comes from Haras de Pirque’s own vineyards, Maipo Valley. This Carménère offers notes of ripe black fruit, blueberries and dried figs on the nose. These are supplemented by herbal and mineral qualities, blended with tobacco and flowers. Soft and juicy on the palate with plenty of fresh fruit flavours.

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