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Malbec is a grape That can, through a Chosen Land and a suitable wine, express a liveliness and a perfect tonic for an impromptu fruity and friendly occasion.
Merlot with a Particular requirement of the work in the vineyard to obtenir a good wine year maturity Gives the aromatic addition and a nice sweetness in the assembly.
Portrait of wine ...
The dark red color with purple hues Suggests the youth of this wine.
The first nose of cassis, blackberry Develops Several minutes of after-aeration is balanced of violets and spice.
The attack greedy shows, Followed by soft tannins and refreshing.
The final, Meanwhile, watch silky with good aromatic persistence of fresh fruits, Such As plum and raspberry.
Plan to decant one to two hours before and serve it at 15-17 ° C.
Drought and cool temperatures contribute to optimal ripeness
The sum of summer temperatures in 2010 was close to that of summer 2009 (962°C compared to 982°C), but decidedly chillier than those of 2005, which totalled 1052°C. These cool temperatures had a substantial influence on the balance of our wines, preserving a good level of acidity and attractive aromatic freshness.
Very little rainfall (only 267 mm) from March to August 2010 generating a drought of similar intensity to that of 2005, when only 227mm of rain fell.
Another feature of the 2010 vintage is the low temperatures above all in the first three weeks of August, which made for the preservation of good levels of acidity in the grapes while also maintaining attractive aromatic freshness.