La Chamiza Shiraz Polo Profesional Reserve 2006

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Variety: Shiraz 100% Vineyards location: Tupungato, Mendoza Vineyards details: Alluvial soil, drop irrigation. Cl...

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03/09/2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Variety: Shiraz 100% Vineyards location: Tupungato, Mendoza Vineyards details: Alluvial soil, drop irrigation. Climate: Dry and continental with high solar exposition which provides an excellent grape ripening. Vinification: Grains de-stemmed and crushed. Maceration previous to fermentation. 15 day fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 25-29ºC. Natural malolactic fermentation. Aigeing: 6 months in French and American oak barrels, 6 months in stainless steel tanks and 6 months in bottle. Color: Strong garnet. Aromas: Blackberries and pepper combine with touches of dry fruits such as figs. There are also some touches of toasted bread and chocolate taken from the barrels. Mouth: Kind palate with finesse finish.

Variety: Shiraz 100% Vineyards location: Tupungato, Mendoza Vineyards details: Alluvial soil, drop irrigation. Climate: Dry and continental with high solar exposition which provides an excellent grape ripening. Vinification: Grains de-stemmed and crushed. Maceration previous to fermentation. 15 day fermentation in stainless steel tanks at 25-29ºC. Natural malolactic fermentation. Aigeing: 6 months in French and American oak barrels, 6 months in stainless steel tanks and 6 months in bottle. Color: Strong garnet. Aromas: Blackberries and pepper combine with touches of dry fruits such as figs. There are also some touches of toasted bread and chocolate taken from the barrels. Mouth: Kind palate with finesse finish.

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