NIMBUS 2011

$680.00

MERLOT – CABERNET SAUVIGNON – TEMPRANILLO

COUNTRY: México

REGION: Valle de Guadalupe and Valle de San Vicente

GRAPE VARIETAL: 40 % Merlot – 30 % Cabernet Sauvignon – 30 % Tempranillo

VINICULTURE: Víctor Segura

VINIFICATION: Pre-fermentation maceration, fermentation in stainless steel with temperature control with select yeast with subsequent aging in second use french and american barrels for 12 months.

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 18 a 20 degrees celsius

STORAGE TIME: Limited production to 10, 900 bottles

It’s recommended to drink this wine now, or store to age in a cave up to 8-10 years.

Organoleptic Examination

On the eyes: Cherry red intensity with medium color, and orange hues that indicate maturity. Clean, clear, bright and well executed. High density that notes alcohols levels.

 

On the nose: Expressive and intriguing aromas that showcase fruits, wood and spices. The fruit notes are composed by cassis, plum and currant. The spice touches are highlighted with pepper and some clove. The wood rounds out the aroma giving it finesse and elegance.

 

On the mouth: Full body, dry taste, long finish with detailed tannins, and light acidity. Aftertaste notes fruit and spices, and a light touch of green pimento. An intense and expressive palate.

General Evaluation

A serious wine, elegant, ideal for fine palates. Ideal for for important events, where the quality of wine is important.

 

Pairing
We recommend to pair with flavor intense dishes like, quality beef cuts, spiced or smoked dishes, such as duck lasagna, cured hams and strong cheeses. With Mexican cuisine, rabbit mixiotes.

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