Kapatovo 2011

Капатово 2011

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Kapatovo (Капатово)
Bulgaria (България) 
Thracian Valley (Тракийска Низина)
Other vintages: 
2009 [68]
Shiraz (Сира (Shiraz))

Petit Verdot (Пти Вердо)

Marcelan (Марселан)

Primitivo (Примитиво)
Added by LegoMan
25 May 2014
Winemaker's notes:
The color is rich, dense and dark. Combination of ripe red and black fruit, vanilla, dried ripe figs, spice and herbal notes. Oak is expressed but does not dominate. The body is average full, juicy, leaving the impression of warmth. In each iris varieties contributes to the complexity and balance of flavors, but the Syrah dominates. This variety brings wine structure and aromas of ripe fruit. Primitivo adds richness and wealth of fine fragrances. Marselan contributes to deepen the color and Petit Verdot balanced wine with freshness.
The grapes are carefully sorted by hand. The fermentation is on whole grains, juice contacts with the skins about 3 weeks. The wine matures in French oak barrels for 10 months..The packing in boxes allows the bottles to be arranged flatwise and premium cork gives us confidence to avoid the sterile filtration of wine and maximum to keep the authentic taste.

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How to drink it
Food: Antipasto, Carpaccio (Beef), Couscous, Duck, Ham, Hamburger, Pasta with Tomato Sauce, Pates, Pheasant, Rabbit, Sausage, Spicy Mexican, Steak (Grilled, Broiled), Tuna, Venison
Cheese: -
Temperature: 16-18 °C
Corked wine
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A 'Corked' wine is a wine that has been bottled with a cork that is contaminated with TCA (2,4,6-Trichloroanisole). TCA contamination usually comes from corks but can also come from barrels, other cooperage or even, apparently, from wood within the cellar including walls or beams. The term 'corked ...
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