Wine Veranda Oda Pinot Noir, 2005
Wine bright ruby-red color.
The taste of wine is rounded, elegant, with fruity tones, hints of cherries, minerals and vanilla, pleasant aftertaste with hints of red berries.
In an elegant bouquet of wine aromas of strawberries, raspberries and cherries infused with floral notes of jasmine and rose, creamy and earthy hues.
This wine is quite versatile, it is ideal as a digestif, goes well with beef, lamb, pork, ham and pasta dishes, in harmony with creamy sauces, spicy seasonings.
Wine series "Oda" from the veranda - very expressive, each - with individual character and excellent structure. The grapes for "Veranda Oda Pinot Noir 2005" is grown on one of the vineyards in the valley of Casablanca. This region has a temperate Mediterranean climate with coastal influences. Proximity to the sea allows fresh moist winds to create an environment suitable for the production of grapes with a strong character and concentrated fruit flavors. The vineyards are located on the northern slopes of the valley in the low temperature zone. Sandy soils interspersed with granite limit productivity. "Veranda Oda Pinot Noir 2005" to stand for 12 months in French oak barrels.
Wine has been praised by experts, won the silver medal at the International Wine Challenge 2009 and Gold Sommelier Wine Awards 2009.
"The expression of perfection and elegance!" - Sounds so basic concept of a young Chilean winery Veranda (Veranda). Established in 1989, the winery has reached the highest quality standards, developing a magnificent wine. The secret of success lies Balconies and uniqueness in a perfect combination of two components - the best experience of Burgundy wine, as well as innovation and superb terroir of Chile. Burgundian tradition brought to the company chief winemaker - Pascal Marchand. Born in Montreal, Marchand received a lot of experience of winemaking in Burgundy, in such famous farms as Domaine des Comte Armand and Domaine de la Vougeraie. He also worked at the winery Joseph Phelps Freestone, advised the economy of Argentina, Australia, Greece, USA. As for the terroir, that has long been known that Chile - a country with an exceptional climate and great soil for growing grapes, as well as a convenient geographical location, which is naturally insulates and protects the wine regions from all four sides. Balconies vineyards are located in the central and southern parts of the country, in the valleys of Colchagua and Bio Bio. Employees Balconies, with great respect to the traditions concerning the processing of grapes, using the force of gravity and the latest technology, allowing as little as possible to touch the berries.