Terranoble Gran Reserve Cabernet

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The grapes from this wine are grown in the Colchagua Valley. Its Andes {Los Lingues vineyard} and Coastal {Marchigue, Los Cactus} influence deliver different bases and soils that result in an intense wine. This combination gives a full body character to the wine. 

About the Vineyard

Andes influence vineyards: deeper soils that result in a later maturity, richer texture and round tannins.  Coastal influence vineyards: thinner soils with sand content provide structure and harder - rustic tannins.

Wine Production

The grapes are handpicked and then taken to the cellar, where they are de-stemmed and put in stainless steel tanks for a prefermentative cold soak for 3 to 4 days. The fermentation is carried on between 25° and 26°C, with mild extractions, taking between 8 to 12 days to finish. Afterwards, the wine goes through a 1 or 2-week post fermentative maceration to gain in complexity and roundness. Once it has reached its optimum quality, it goes directly to French oak barrels for malolactic fermentation, ageing for 12 months.

Tasting Notes

Of deep ruby-red color, this wine is intense, elegant and very complex on the nose, with accents of fresh red fruits, such as plums and cherries, complemented by spices and notes of herbs. On the palate it feels structured, fresh, with a good volume, velvety tannins, and a long, persistent ending.
 

Food Pairing

Pair well with slow-cooked meat stews or grilled tenderloin.  

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