Vintage 2020

57 Rocas `Les Robles` Estate, Emiliana

Emiliana
Product Code: VE57ZZRC

Tasting Notes

Cherry-red in color, with aromas of red fruit like raspberry, cherry, and pomegranate. Spiced notes typical of Carmenere, like bay leaf, cedar, and black pepper, also make an appearance. The wine is harmonious on the palate, with an elegance that plays well with the good volume and rich acidity " Of cherry-red color with raspberry rims. It unfolds red fruits, pomegranate, bay, and spices on the nose. This elegant wine offers on the palate a great volume and velvety tannins. Its aging in ovoid concrete tanks highlighted the typicity of Carmenère originated in one of our most emblematic estates."

Profile

Carmenère
14
CHILE
12
Cork
Emiliana
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            [Notes1] => Cherry-red in color, with
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rich acidity

" Of cherry-red color with 
raspberry rims. It unfolds red fruits, pomegranate, bay, and spices on the nose. This 
elegant wine offers on the palate a great 
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concrete tanks highlighted the typicity of 
Carmenère originated in one of our most 
emblematic estates."			
			
			
			

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About this product +

Producer >

A globally respected hugely sustainable company that despite its size manages to retain a link to not only the land but also the people.  Emiliana’s has just over 600 hectares of organic and biodynamic vineyards. It is the investment in the future that is most impressive about this company. Their self-sustaining activities enable them to do not only what is right for the planet, but also all who live on it. Recent activities in the winery led by the sparky and talented Noelia Orts are moving into larger format, older oak barrels, concrete and fresher styles. Their Los Robles estate is a model of biodiversity and sustainability. They are still exploring the patchwork of soils that support the vines, seeking the best expression from their sites. ‘When nature expresses itself it inspires passions, provokes changes and opens new paths.’

Viticulture >

Deep soils of alluvial origin and the Coastal Mountains with an abundance of stones on the surface and throughout the profile, which enables the root system to develop to great depth. The soil has 3% organic matter (medium level) and a sandy-loam texture,

Winemaking >

Upon arriving at the cellar, the grapes were deposited onto a conveyor belt for selection. Leaves and damaged fruit were removed and the selected bunches were transported by another conveyor belt for destemming. The individual grapes were selected by caliber and continued on to a vibrating machine for more precise selection. They were then gently dropped into stainless steel tanks, where alcoholic fermentation took place at 24º–26ºC using only native yeasts and a pump-over program determined by enological criteria. A 5-day post-fermentation maceration at 22º–24ºC followed, for a total maceration time of 20–25 days. Malolactic fermentation took place naturally in barrels, and the wine was aged for 13 months in barrels. The wine stabilized naturally without treatments and was passed through a 3–5-micron (absolute) cartridge filter before bottling

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