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PICARO del AGUILA Clarete 2012 Magnum 150cl

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Weinhaus Dominio del Aguila SL, 09370 La Aguilera, Spanien
Weinregion Ribera del Duero DO
Jahrgang 2012
Traubensorte(n) Albillo, Bobal, Garnacha Tinta, Tempranillo
Weinstil Clarete; frisch, komplex, aromatisch
Alkoholgehalt 14.0%
Inhalt in l 1.50
Allergene: enthält Sulfite
Artikelnummer: 2826

Verfügbarkeit: lieferbar

CHF 66.00
inkl. MwSt. pro Flasche

(CHF 44.00/Ltr.)

Produkteigenschaften
    Look intensiv, klar, purpur, tieffarbig
    Odor ausgeprägt, beerig, blumig, fruchtig, Holznote, sauber
    Taste abgerundet, aussergewöhnlich langer Abgang, charaktervoll, konzentriert, mild, vollmundig
    Odor Cassis, dunkelroter Fruchtsaft, geröstetes Brot, Heidelbeere, Schwarzkirsche
    Temperture 16-18° C
    Houdbaarheid 3 - 5 Jahre
    Food Pairing Barbecue, herbstliche Speisen, Ragout, Rindsfilet, Schmorbraten, Schmorgerichte mit Zwiebeln und Gemüse

Weinbeschreibung

Tempranillo, Albillo, Blanca del Pais, Garnacha und Bobal.

Ein Insider-Tipp der bald schon keiner mehr ist. Wir sind überzeugt, unser Gefühl täuscht uns nicht. Dominio del Aguila wird spanische Geschichte schreiben... Ein Clarete ist eine alte aber etwas in Vergessenheit geratene Tradtion in der Ribera del Duero DO. Dabei handelt es sich nicht um einen Rosé-Wein, obschon dies die Farbe suggeriert. Nein, es ist eine Assemblage von Rotweintrauben und Weissweintrauben. Dies verleiht dem Wein eine wunderschöne, intensive, gar orange anmutende Farbe. Der Clarete bietet so zu sagen, zwei Weine in einem. Wir sind davon fasziniert. Einerseits die frische eines Weissweines und andererseits, aufgrund der Fassreifung von 20 Monaten in französischer Eiche eine Komplexität eines Rotweins. Der Clarete wird nicht zu kühl bei ca. 12-14° C. getrunken. Dieser Wein muss nicht wie ein Rosé rasch getrunken werden. Ein Clarete kann gut und gerne 5-7 Jahre gelagert werden. Entdecken Sie dieses Weinerlebnis. Sie werden beeindruckt sein. Bezaubernde Nase, finessenreich, vielschichtige Aromatik, ein Spanier nach "Burgunder Art"... WineAdvocate #214 | August 2014 | Luis Gutierrez über den Jahrgang 2013: "The 2012 Picaro Clarete is not really a rose, it is a clarete, the traditional style produced yesteryear in Ribera del Duero, a wine produced with a mixture of red and white grapes which age in barrels. In this case, Dominio del Aguila is recovering the style, producing wines that are halfway between an oaked white and a light red, with the freshness of a white and the structure of a red. The whole-clusters of mixed old vineyards are vinified together, and the final blend is approximately two thirds Tempranillo, 15% Albillo and the rest other mixed grapes from head-pruned, old vineyards, all of them from small plots that are over 60 years of age. The whole bunches are foot-trodden in open stainless steel vats where the juice macerates for a couple of days. It’s then pressed and left to decant for approximately one day before being transferred to oak barrels where it ferments and matures for about ten months at its own pace. The wine does not naturally go though malolactic fermentation as temperatures are very low in the caves. This is the traditional way clarete was produced in Ribera del Duero, when practically no reds were produced in the region. It’s an earthy wine, bright pink-colored, with faint aromas of smoke, quince and cinnamon mixed with notes of red berries, white fruit and a balsamic character. The palate is very dry, with sweet spice flavors and refreshing acidity. This is a different, great rose, a serious wine. If more roses were produced with such grapes and great care, I’m sure I’d drink a lot more rose and I wouldn’t be the only one! This is a wine that doesn’t need to be drunk immediately, it’s a wine that will age and improve in bottle. 1,400 bottles produced. Some bottles of clarete from the 70s are still drinkable today, go figure! Drink now-2020. Jorge Monzon Pascual is the name behind Dominio del Aguila. He has an impressive CV, as he spent two years at the Domaine de la Romanee Conti while studying in France, one year in Vega Sicilia where he was working on the white wine project that was aborted, and nine years as technical director of Arzuaga Navarro where the has given the wines a new life within the style of the house. He has built the domaine the traditional way, giving absolute priority to the vineyards: he has slowly through the years purchased small plots of old head-pruned vineyards in his village of La Aguilera close to Aranda de Duero, 30 hectares in total. All the reds are whole-cluster fermented, mostly foot-trodden and with very late malolactic when the wine is in barrels. The aging is slow and long, as he has cold underground natural cellars where the evolution is at a glacial pace. This is a really exciting new project in Ribera del Duero, where things are done with no rush and following the traditions of yesteryear. The wines are fresh, powerful, true to their place of birth, powerful yet elegant, unique and are about to come into the market. Initial quantities are small as he sells most of the grapes."

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