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Lapostolle Carmenere Grand Selection Casa

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Lapostolle Carmenere Grand Selection Casa 750ml

Lapostolle Carmenere Grand Selection Casa

Brilliant red purple color.Ripe red fruit aromas such as berries with some notes of sweet spices and fresh black and white pepper.Medium structure with very nice texture. Juicy tannins and red fruit at the finish.

Rapel Valley is one of the few places where Carmenère have found ideal conditions for growing. It is located in the central part of Chile, including the sub Valleys of Cachapoal and Colchagua. It exhibits a semi–arid Mediterranean climate with a winter – only rainfall pattern.During the growing season, we have warm and dry days and pleasantly cool nights as a result of cold breezes coming from the Andes Mountains. Rapel also has a cool influence from the Pacific’s Humboldt Current which lowers temperatures in the coastal areas of the Valley.This leads to warm days with ample sunlight and dry conditions, allowing a slow ripening period. Carmenère is able to fully ripen but maintain all its fresh notes that are so unique to the variety.

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Casa Lapostolle Lapostolle Carmenere Grand Selection Casa
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Brilliant red purple color.Ripe red fruit aromas such as berries with some notes of sweet spices and fresh black and white pepper.Medium structure with very nice texture. Juicy tannins and red fruit at the finish.
 

Notes on the Lapostolle Carmenere Grand Selection Casa 750ML

Wine Maker Notes Rapel Valley is one of the few places where Carmenère have found ideal conditions for growing. It is located in the central part of Chile, including the sub Valleys of Cachapoal and Colchagua. It exhibits a semi–arid Mediterranean climate with a winter – only rainfall pattern.During the growing season, we have warm and dry days and pleasantly cool nights as a result of cold breezes coming from the Andes Mountains. Rapel also has a cool influence from the Pacific’s Humboldt Current which lowers temperatures in the coastal areas of the Valley.This leads to warm days with ample sunlight and dry conditions, allowing a slow ripening period. Carmenère is able to fully ripen but maintain all its fresh notes that are so unique to the variety.