Clos des Fous TOCAO - Blend 2012
|Weingut||CLOS DES FOUS|
|Linie||Clos des Fous|
|Zusammensetzung||Malbec, Carignan, Carmenère von 120 Jahre alten Rebstöcken.|
|Weinausbau||24 Monate französische Eiche|
Clos des Fous Tocao - Blend 2012
"Extreme Terroir Wines from Chile"
Elaboration: Harvested grapes by hand from selected centennial vineyards in gobelet, never watered; from traditional producers of Bio-Bio interior. Fermented by the traditional artisan method in cement vats. Aged for 24 months in French oak Allier forest 50% new and 50% used; developed by us.
Caracteristic: Dark cherry red, almost black! Complex nose, black fruit opens, predominantly black cherry, blueberry and blackberry. Its complexity expands floral notes dominate the native flora such as chamomile, pennyroyal and flower Boldo everything together violets and lavender which will supplement its complexity. Her mouth very consistent with his nose, we find these descriptors, balancing everything with a large volume and refreshing acidity and persistence that make it unique and unforgettable. Cozy, complete, powerful and complex wine. It is recommended to accompany grilled or prietas golosos stews.
Terroir: Tocao corresponds to a mixture of three terroirs of the Cordillera de la Costa, near the city of Concepción. The first is our vineyard "1914" which is located in the village of San Rosendo. The vineyard, 100% malbec planted early in the century in rolling hills of red granite of the Paleozoic era. The second vineyard carignan corresponds to 60 years old planted on south of Cauquenes quársico yellow granite floors of the Paleozoic age. These compounds Paleozoic granites (328 million years), geologically belong to the oldest 5% of Chile, where the quartz has been brutally broken up by age, generating very poor soil where plants naturally produce clusters of 700 grams.
Allergiehinweis: Enthält Sulfite
Importeur: DVS Concept & Trading e.K., Marienstraße 9, D-10117 Berlin (Chile Wine Trading)
Hersteller: MDA Wines, Apoquindo 3500, Santiago de Chile, Chile