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Tasting Notes Felipe Pizarro Director School of Sommelier, Chile
Harvest Year: 2009 Type of Harvest: Manual Composition: 100% Sauvignon Blanc Source: Vineyards Quirigua Hometown: Maule Valley, vineyards own Production: 6,000 bottles Presentation: Bottle of gray-Iberian 750 cc Closure: Natural cork with silicone seal Alcohol: 12.6% Vol Ageing: 12 months Cask: French Oak Service T °: 9 º to 10 º C
Color: Golden yellow, clean and bright. Aromas: Half aromatic intensity, with aromas of citrus notes such as lemon and grapefruit, pineapple, pear and coconut (toasted barrel). Mouth: Creamy with medium acidity, some lactic notes well integrated, good volume and average permanence, fresh and nice with good aftertaste and fruit charge. Matching: Fatty fish like salmon, tuna, albacore, halibut, sautéed vegetables, chapsui chicken, white meats, carpaccio, broth of conger soup (Neruda style), suck. Personal opinion: It is an intensely aromatic wine, specially for eatting, but what caught my attention the most is the volumen, consistency and balance that has in the mouth. www.laquirigua.cl www.laquirigua.cl www.laquirigua.cl
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