Carmenère

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Carmenère fruit comes from the Central Valley. There is a predominance of alluvial soils of gravel type in most of the best vineyards, with some soils of sandy profile in other areas.

Description

Carmenère fruit comes from the Central Valley. There is a predominance of alluvial soils of gravel type in most of the best vineyards, with some soils of sandy profile in other areas. A wide range of strategies and techniques are used for canopy management, placing the stems in an upright position, all aimed at maximizing the amount of sunlight in the fruit’s ripening zone. Irrigation is applied prudently to maintain the balanced growth of the vine and achieve a constant ripening rate. 

Details

Varieties

100% Carmenère

Origin

Central Valley

Wine description

Colour

Purple red wine with ruby tones, clean and bright.

Aroma

On the nose it presents an aroma of blackberries, blueberries, with pleasant notes of coffee and chocolate.

Taste

In the mouth, it has a good persistence, it is silky, soft, very pleasant.

Serving temperature

Serve at moderate temperature, between 16º C and 18º C.

Food match

Ideal to combine with red meat, white meat.

Alcohol

13%

Ph

3.52

Total Acidity

3.55 g/L

Residual Sugar

5.88 g/L

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