Bright ruby red. Rich aromas of cloves and pepper lead the nose along with dried cherries and a touch of rosehip. Rosehips continues on the palate as well completed by good dried cocoa and candied fruits. Deliciously balanced tannins, long bold finish.
|Recommended drinking temperature:||12 ℃|
|Alcohol content:||13 %|
|Bottle size:||0,75 l|
Crops are grown on soil that is enriched with minerals such as loess, limestone and red clay. Kadarka is the grape that builts its charm on tannins: this is why the wine from here is better than anywhere else. Because there is a large difference of sea-level level between the slanted ground of the vineyard, grapes mature in a hot ditch that keeps in the heat all day and night long.
After rigorous hand selection, berries are gently crushed and briefly cold soaked in stainless steel tanks. Spontaneous malolactic fermentation in stainless steel and small French oak.
30-day total maceration in the tank to preserve the varietal's character.
Aged in stainless steel and selected wood.
Timely bud-break, no late frosts, and a lovely, rainy-humid spring marked the start, followed by a balanced and warm early-spring. However, April surprised us with some frost causing some damage to our NW vineyards. The blooming and binding period was perfect leading to full and healthy bunches. Frequently heavy rainstorms complicated vineyard work during the summer month and led to pre-harvest. In August, well-balanced warm (28-30 C) days helped to achieve silky tannins and deep colors while the cool (16-18 C) nights contributed to building optimal acidity structure in the red wines of 2016.
|Alcohol content||13 %|
|Bottle size||0,75 l|
|Beginning of harvest||2016-09-09|
|Vinification||In stainless steel and oak|
|Ageing time||10 Month|
|Bright ruby red color.|
|Rich aromas of cloves and pepper lead the nose along with dried cherries and a touch of rosehip.|
|Rosehips continues on the palate as well completed by good dried cocoa and candied fruits.|