Haras de Pirque Albis 2016

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Haras de Pirque own vineyards in Maipo-Andes Valley. The vines were planted in 1992 and the parcels are continuously selected for the special flavors and ripeness of the fruit. Focus vineyard management to maximize grape quality.

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Color

Rosso intenso.

Smell

Note erbacee, menta e cioccolato.

Taste

Estremamente fresco e minerale, pieno di piccante e di presentare tutto il carattere sofisticato della Maipo Valley Superiore. Morbido ed elegante, vellutato con struttura tannica.

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Features

YEAR 2016
VINES 81% Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Carmènere
ALCOL 14.00
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard

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CLASSIFICATION Maipo
TEMPERATURE 18-20
LOCATION Maipo Valley (Cile)
REFINEMENT Il vino è miscelato a dicembre dello stesso anno e collocato ancora una volta in barriques francese per 18 mesi.
WINEMAKING Il cabernet sauvignon è sottoposto a macerazione a freddo per 5 giorni, poi continua con una vinificazione tradizionale, con cui si migliora la concentrazione naturale e la maturazione delle uve. La fermentazione alcolica e la macerazione sono effettuate in tini di rovere francese per un periodo totale di 20 giorni.
DECANTING 1 ora
RETURN HALF 50 q.
SUGAR 1.0 g/l
ACIDITY 3.3 g/l
PH 3.6

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Awards

EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator 2011 92
Wine Spectator 2015 89
Wine Spectator 2016 93
Wine Advocated 2006 92
Wine Advocated 2011 91
James Suckling 2007 92
James Suckling 2015 92
James Suckling 2016 92
James Suckling 2018 92

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Name: Haras De Pirque (Antinori)
Start-up year: 1992
Cultivated hectares: 600
Address: Pirque (Chile)
Web Site: www.harasdepirque.com

Haras de Pirque is located in the northern part of Chile’s Maipo valley, known for its production of high quality wine. The collaboration between Haras de Piruqe, an excellent producer in the zone, and the Antinori Marquises, was born from the mutual desire to explore Chile’s potential. Albis, the wine which has become the symbol of the union of the two houses, between the Old World and the New World, combines two moving spirits in one: the fruit of an international grape, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Carmenère, the Chilean grape par excellence. It reflects all the typical characteristics of Chile’s terrorir and the unique spirit of two trailblazing producers. In addition, the conviction that the Andean viticultural zone of Chile represents a natural habitat for the Sauvignon Blanc grape, has convinced the Marchesi Antinori firm to begin a project aimed at the production of a wine from this distinctive variety, thereby giving birth to Albaclara.