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Gatonegro Carmenere 2011

Bottle Size: 1.50l Item #: 1736074
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Gatonegro Carmenere 2011 1.50l

Gatonegro Carmenere

Deep dark purple, almost black, in color, with aromas of fresh ripe fruit such as blackberry and blackcurrant a notes of spice, tobacco, and vanilla. This is a medium-bodied, velvety-smooth wine with a pleasing finish. A different wine that amazes the consumer with its first impression.

Harvest usually takes place in late April at 23–25° brix with yields of 12 to 15 tons per hectare.

Upon reaching the cellar, the grapes are cold macerated for 24 hours at 11°C (52ºF). Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperatures below 28°C (82ºF), with 3–4 daily pumpovers to ensure good color and fresh fruit flavors. The juice is racked off its skins part-way through the process, and fermentation continues with clean must. The entire process is aimed at producing wines with plenty of fruit intensity and a soft mouthfeel.

Perfect with spicy foods such as Mexican and Thai, as well as with pork, duck, game meets or cheeses. Best served at 15º–17°C (59º–63ºF)

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San Pedro Gatonegro Carmenere 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.50l
 

Notes on the Gatonegro Carmenere 1.50L 2011

Tasting Notes Deep dark purple, almost black, in color, with aromas of fresh ripe fruit such as blackberry and blackcurrant a notes of spice, tobacco, and vanilla. This is a medium-bodied, velvety-smooth wine with a pleasing finish. A different wine that amazes the consumer with its first impression.

Wine Maker Notes Harvest usually takes place in late April at 23–25° brix with yields of 12 to 15 tons per hectare.

Technical Notes Upon reaching the cellar, the grapes are cold macerated for 24 hours at 11°C (52ºF). Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks under controlled temperatures below 28°C (82ºF), with 3–4 daily pumpovers to ensure good color and fresh fruit flavors. The juice is racked off its skins part-way through the process, and fermentation continues with clean must. The entire process is aimed at producing wines with plenty of fruit intensity and a soft mouthfeel.

Food Pairing Perfect with spicy foods such as Mexican and Thai, as well as with pork, duck, game meets or cheeses. Best served at 15º–17°C (59º–63ºF)