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V.i.t 'Visitare' Côtes du Roussillon Ac M. Chapoutier Tain Chapoutier Michel 2006
Percentage Grape: 60% Monastrell, 30% Tempranillo and 10% Shiraz<br/><br/>Soil: Soils are very stony and dun-limy, and their structure makes vines survive in long periods of droughts. These soils are very suitable due to its high quantity of calcium carbonate<br/><br/>Date of Harvest: First and second week of October.<br/><br/>Vinification Method: Separate vinification of each variety is carried out by the traditional method. After light pressing, the juice macerates for fourteen days to a fermentation temperature of 26/ 28°C with subsequent pressing by pneumatic machine. Ageing: 4 month in French and American oak.<br/><br/>Age of Barrel: new<br/><br/>Type of Wood: french and american<br/><br/>Alcohol Percentage: 13.5 %<br/><br/>Aging Time: 4 months<br/><br/>Sugar Rate: 0-5 g/l
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For $7.99 per bottle, this is one of those finds one looks to fill-up their wine refrig with. Going into the Fall season this is just perfect for those comfort food dishes served this time of year. Enjoy!!! Cheers!
Raspberry flavors, light & delicious.
Bright black cherry hue, aromas of blueberries, violets and spices; flavor notes of red berries, cherry cola and underbrush with a hint of cedar, on the edge between rustic and refined.
Excellent rose. Aromas of raspberry and rose petals echoed on the palate with a bit of sweet strawberry. Dry finish. Interesting silky texture.
This Corbières has a deep ruby colour. On the nose, the first impression is of sweet stone fruit and plums with a big herbal quality and a touch of ground black pepper. The ripe fruit element continues on the palate but moves and changes to a more savoury style with the spice, herbs and pepper creeping in and then the tannins which although present are well integrated. You can sense the mediterranean heat. It's ready to drink now but will certainly keep for a few years yet. We drank it with a plain char-grilled steak and the match was fabulous. The wine has around 45% Grenache and Syrah with some old vine Carignan making up the blend. 10 - 12 months ageing in French barriques after a period of cuve ageing gives it complexity but by no means does the oak component dominate the palate.
Very full-bodied for a Macon, more like a white burgundy proper than a typical flinty Macon. This wine saw a bit of oak, giving it a bit of creaminess and heft. It's not buttery, but there's some weight there. Apples, lemon and fresh cut grass dominate. Very good acidity. Was great with shrimp risotto.
tannic and big!juicy! tart berries
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Red wine - 2006 - Valdicava Rosso di Montalcino - Italy - Region: Toscane - Apellation: Toscane - Sangiovese - 750 ml.
Displays aromas of fennel, licorice and gooseberry. Full-bodied, with plenty of fruit and a long, flavorful finish. Pouilly-Fumé in Friuli. Drink now.
Ruby-red. Sexy bouquet of cherry-vanilla, blackberry, cola and smoked meat. Fleshy and sweet, with lush red and dark berry compote flavors, velvety texture and slow-building tannins. As inviting as this is right now, it also has the material to reward patience.
Geringe Erträge, perfekte Reife, eine lange Maischegärung und der Ausbau in Eichenbarriques während vierzehn Monaten haben gemeinsam zur Geburt dieses Rouge d'Enfer 2004 mit seiner beeindruckenden Konzentration und Materie beigetragen. Seine Aromen reichen von Anklängen an Wildbeeren über schwarze Früchte bis zu Gewürznoten. Am Gaumen offenbart sich seine Wucht in einer Tanninstruktur, die gut in die intensive, edle Frucht eingebettet ist.
A luxury cuvée at this price is becoming a rarity in Châteauneuf, but Les Origines delivers the goods. Subtle cinnamon and nutmeg shadings frame densely packed black cherry flavors. It’s creamy in texture, with a long, velvety finish that lingers elegantly. Drink now–2020.
A clean, smooth, dry white made from the Jacquère grape variety. With tangy, chalky minerals and floral fruit flavors, it is a natural match for shellfish.
Food Pairings for V.i.t 'Visitare' Côtes du Roussillon Ac M. Chapoutier Tain Chapoutier Michel
<p>This wine is made with grapes from mature vines and then aged for 12 months in oak. As a result, it has a deep purple color with rich aromas and flavors of ripe black fruit. A velvety, elegant texture with a chewy, spicy finish.</p>
Dietary Information: Kosher, Organic
|Sugar: 14.60 g/l grams per liter|
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