Los Pago Chile – Carmenere
Chile’s own signature grape, this red varietal disappeared from European vineyards in the mid-19th century and reappeared among Chile’s Merlot vines a hundred years later. The deepest, darkest, purplest of all red grapes needs a long growing season to reach its fullest potential. Rich in berry fruits and spice (think blackberries and black pepper), with smooth, well-rounded tannins, making this a very pleasing and easy to drink varietal. Enjoy it with red meats and corn-based dishes, such as Chile’s favorite pastel de choclo (corn and meat pie), or take advantage of its natural fruity spiciness and serve it up with Indian curry or a Mexican mole.
Los Pagos Chile – Cabernet Sauvignon
Chile’s star grape, the king of all reds, Cabernet Sauvignon made its way from France in the mid-19th century. It quickly settled in and began enticing local—and later international—consumers with its flexible attributes that range from easy-going charmer to debonair courtier.
Although it grows in all but the coldest of Chilean climates, this late-ripening grape truly flourishes in vineyards in Aconcagua, Maipo, Cachapoal, and Colchagua, where the warm, dry climate allows it to ripen thoroughly and develop rich red fruit, berry, black currant, and fig aromas and flavors. Some areas, such as Alto Maipo, have a distinctive eucalyptus edge that lends freshness. More complex versions often feature notes of tobacco, chocolate, black tea, black olive, licorice, tar, coffee, pencil lead, incense, and leather.
Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon ranges in style from simple, fruity, friendly wines that are great for informal occasions such as picnics, casual get-togethers, or Wednesday night dinner, to big, bold blockbusters full of luscious concentrated fruit and plenty of “wow factor.” And then there are those prized bottlings of elegantly reserved sophisticates that strike awe with poetic charm and perfect poise that will continue to impress for years to come.
Excellent young wine from La Rioja made with the destemmed grapes uncrushed and fermented at controlled temperature. It stays for a minimum of one month for rest in the cellar. A young, very friendly wine with fruit at its utmost expression. It is presented in a very smart and cheerful special bottle, with colourful flowers silkscreened.
Intense cherry colour, with violet touches. Bright. Abundant tears. Very aromatic. Intense notes of fresh and ripe red and black fruits along with elegant notes of flowers on a nice background of licorice.
Good attack. Wide wine that fills the mouth with notes of fruit. Light and very tasty mid palate with good acidity and a good ending. A balanced, very tasty young wine.
Grand Sud – Merlot
The precise flavors that Merlot imparts to a wine are not easily grouped. It is a grape used for producing wines of a particular texture, rather than a particular taste, relying on organoleptic properties other than just flavor and aroma.
Smooth, rounded and ‘easy-drinking’ are common descriptions of Merlot wines. The main reason for this is that Merlot grapes are relatively large in relation to their pips and the thickness of the skins, in which tannins are found. For this reason, the variety is used to soften wines made from more tannic varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon (in the Medoc) or Malbec (inCahors). It is also used in cooler vintages to balance the austerity of under-ripe grapes and to make the wines more approachable at an earlier age.
Cepa Divisa Tinto Rioja
Appearance: Garnet with purple, intense and clean piping. Aroma: Clean Primary aromas, ripe red fruit, light floral notes, medium intensity.Taste: Light and fresh on entry, nice, round, smooth and fresh palate, with a final memories of red fruits and notes of broom.
Accompaniment: light meats, rice, vegetables, braised mushrooms, tortillas, pizzas, white fish, vegetable stews, etc.. Serving Temperature: 13-15 ° C Consumption: Actual, 1-2 years. 75 a bottle.
Cepa Divisa Tinto Crianza
Cepa Divisa Crianza is maroon with purple trim, intense and clean clean primary, ripe red fruit, light floral notes, medium intensity.
Mouth: Light and fresh on entry, nice, round, smooth and fresh on the palate, with a final memories of red fruits and notes of broom .
PAIRING: light meats, rice, vegetables, mushroom stew, tortillas, pizzas, white fish, vegetable stews, etc. . Serving temperature : between 13 and 15 ° C
Nobillo – Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand
Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc is Marlborough at its best – gooseberries and passionfruit on the nose backed up with crisp zesty citrus and nectarine flavours. A perfect wine to enjoy with a group of great friends or with a whole range of light, refreshing cuisine.
Diamante – Rioja
Made from classic Spanish grapes 50% Viura and 50% Malvasia grapes. Mediterranean style semi sweet white wine with intense fruity aromas and complex and elegant bouquet, make it the ideal wine for any type of celebrations and events. When served cold, it suits creams, consommés, white fish, seafood soup, desserts, sweets and ice cream.
Ca’Ernesto Trentino – Pinot Grigio
This wine comes from northeastern Italy, Trentino. The valley of the Adige is spectacular route through the Alps. They are lively and stimulating vineyards!Most wines are sold under the general DOC (Denominazone di Origine Controllata). Italy along with France, the largest producer of wine in the world.
Ca `Ernesto is made from the Pinot Grigio grape. This is a grape that Straw yellow in color and has the aroma of pear, apple and some summer flowers. It is a tasty white wine with a prickling in the aftertaste.
Camino de Castilla – Verdejo
One of Spain’s higher quality white grape varieties which languished in obscurity for several hundred years before being rediscovered 15 years ago. It is a native grape of Rueda in North-west Spain and is now its principal white grape variety. It is most successfully cultivated in high altitude vineyards where the soils are calcareous and well drained.
Previously Verdejo-based wines were worryingly prone to premature oxidation. However techniques including night-time harvesting, cool fermentation and the use of an inert gas blanketing have led to the delicate and youthful aromatic freshness of the wines being preserved. It is often blended with Sauvignon Blanc to add body and richness to Sauvignon’s aromatic lift. Its finest manifestation is Rueda Superior, which must contain a minimum of 85% Verdejo.
Typically Verdejo dominated wines are crisp with soft, creamy, nutty overtones, and sometimes accompanied by notes of honey. Arguably Spain’s finest white grape variety.
Rose & Zinfandel
Blossom Hill – White Zinfandel
Wine of California, USA. Juicy & fresh. A lively & refreshing taste with strawberry aromas. White Zinfandel – Rosé Californian Wine. Blended from the juiciest grapes of sun-drenched vineyards, this fruity rosè is bursting with luscious fresh strawberry flavours. Hints of watermelon and a deliciously refreshing finish make it perfect for sharing with close friends over spicy oriental meals. Best enjoyed chilled.
Camino de Castilla – Rose – Ribera del Duero
Rosado is a very fresh and intense young rosé wine from the D.O. Ribera del Duero, made of Tinta del País grapes (another name given to Tempranillo) selected from the winery’s own vineyards. After a long over-16-hour cold maceration that extracts all its aromas, it is fermented in deposits.
Attractive intense and very bright strawberry colour. Very clean wine. High aromatic intensity marked by a wide range of fresh notes of red fruit mixed with fragrant flowers and fresh grassy touches. In the mouth, it is a very fresh wine. Tasty and light attack. Full-bodied and well-balanced wine with a great acidity. Great finish that leaves fresh sensations of red fruit.