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Carmenère Reserva, Caliterra, Colchagua Valley 2016/17 75cl

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COUNTRY: Chile
VINTAGE: 2016/17
APV: 13.5%
GRAPE VARIETIES: Carmenere
FOODS: Roasts, roast duck, rabbit, lamb cutlets, meatballs, ratatouille, kebab, rich pasta dishes and hard cheeses
AVAILABILITY:IN STOCK
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Carmenère Reserva, Caliterra, Colchagua Valley 2016/17 75cl

This classic grape is full-bodied and rich. This wine has aromas of spice, dried fruit, dark chocolate, coffee and ripe blackberry fruit. On the palate, notes of smoky spice with smooth tannins and a long finish.
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السهم الكويتي وربه Carmenère فرصة الخيار ثنائي دروس تداول الخيارات الثنائية Until phylloxera arrived in Bordeaux in 1870 and promptly powered its destructive way through the vines, Carmenère was, along with Cabernet Franc, one of the most planted varieties in the region. After replanting began (with grafted vines to avoid phylloxera) and the growers wearily began experimenting with new rootstocks from overseas, it was discovered that Carmenère ripened more irregularly when grafted, so plantings were gradually phased out. Now it is barely seen in Bordeaux. It has, however, been discovered to have been thriving in phylloxera-free Chile all along, where, since it arrived in the 19th Century, they have thought it was Merlot. Chile is now the world‘s Carmenère powerhouse. Prone to develop a green and vegetal note unless ripened over a long, warm season, it produces wines with rich, black fruit, warm spiciness and enticing, savoury complexity. go here http://wilsonrelocation.com/?q=forex-rate
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